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FCC Confirms That Nearly 4M Net Neutrality Comments Were Submitted By The Public

After some katzenjammer about just how many comments were submitted to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) dealing with net neutrality, the governmental agency confirmed today that nearly 4 million comments were in fact submitted. Show More Summary

More than half a million comments went missing from the public record on net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission said on Tuesday that more than half a million public comments were, in fact, missing from the bulk download that the agency had shared with the outside world in a bid to add some measure of transparency to the debate over net neutrality. The counting and miscounting of those those public […]

FCC confirms that 680,000 net neutrality comments were missing from the public record

The Federal Communications Commission said on Tuesday that more than half a million public comments were, in fact, missing from the bulk download that the agency had shared with the outside world in a bid to add some measure of transparency to the debate over net neutrality. The counting and miscounting of those those public […]

FCC confirms that 680,000 net neutrality comments were missing from the public record

3 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

The Federal Communications Commission said on Tuesday that more than half a million public comments were, in fact, missing from the bulk download that the agency had shared with the outside world in a bid to add some measure of transparency to the debate over net neutrality. The counting and miscounting of those those public […]

FCC pauses Comcast-Time Warner merger review until January 12

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Monday once again paused its review of the proposed $45 billion merger of Comcast Corp and Time Warner Cable Inc, citing delays in getting documents from Time Warner Cable. The FCC is studying whether the merger, which would combine the two biggest U.S....

FCC rejects petition asking it not to renew radio station's license for broadcasting 'Rdskns' slur

Change the Mascot's anti-Rdskns protest at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The Federal Communications Commission audio division rejected a petition Thursday asking it not to renew the license of WWXX radio station for using "Rdskns" in its broadcasts. Show More Summary

This tiny legal tweak could change the way you watch TV and get online

Federal regulators are giving a small bump to companies like Aereo and Google Fiber ahead of the holidays. The Federal Communications Commission is suggesting that new online video providers be treated just like the country's traditional cable and satellite TV companies. With a proposed tweak to the nation's TV rules, that means companies offering live television over […]

This tiny legal tweak could change the way you watch TV and get online

Federal regulators are giving a small bump to companies like Aereo and Google Fiber ahead of the holidays. The Federal Communications Commission is suggesting that new online video providers be treated just like the country's traditional cable and satellite TV companies. With a proposed tweak to the nation's TV rules, that means companies offering live television over […]

This tiny legal tweak could change the way you watch TV and get online

Federal regulators are giving a small bump to companies like Aereo and Google Fiber ahead of the holidays. The Federal Communications Commission is suggesting that new online video providers be treated just like the country's traditional cable and satellite TV companies. With a proposed tweak to the nation's TV rules, that means companies offering live television over […]

Cord cutters rejoice: FCC moves to clear the way for online TV providers

The cable and satellite television industry could be in for a big shift thanks to a small change by the Federal Communications Commission The regulator is officially considering a tweak to regulation that would remove a major roadblock for companies seeking to offer television online, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced in a blog post on Friday. Show More Summary

FCC mobile competition report once again dodges its key question

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

Another year, another report from the Federal Communications Commission on the state of competition in the U.S. mobile industry, and as has been the case in the last four years, the

FCC says ‘Redskins’ is not obscene

In the latest saga involving the controversial Washington Redskins name, the Federal Communication Commission has declared the term “Redskins” is not obscene, according to Maya Rhodan of Time. Professor John Banzhaf of George Washington...Show More Summary

FCC Won’t Stop Radio Stations From Saying ‘Redskins’

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday renewed the license of a radio station owned by Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder over objections regarding the station's use of the team's controversial nickname.

FCC Won’t Penalize Broadcasters for Saying ‘Redskins’

last weekNews : Mediaite

A challenge to the name of the Washington Redskins was shot down by the Federal Communications Commission, which ruled that broadcasters can say the word "Redskins" on air.

CFPB Lawsuit: Sprint Made Millions Off Consumers Acting As A “Breeding Ground” For Bill-Cramming

Just a day after rumors surfaced that Sprint could be facing a $105 million from the Federal Communications Commission for allegedly overcharging customers using a practice known as “bill-cramming,” the Consumer Financial ProtectionShow More Summary

FCC Eyes $105 Million Fine For Sprint Over Phone Bill 'cramming'

By Alina Selyukh WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Corp is expected to face a $105 million fine from the Federal Communications Commission in coming weeks over unauthorized charges on customers' cellphone bills, a practice known as cramming, according to FCC officials. Show More Summary

FCC can't stop Tom Brady from cursing

Tom Brady likes to swear when playing football. If you have a problem with that, then go to the FCC. The Federal Communications Commission received three complaints about New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady swearing on television. Brady was shown venting his frustration with a string of four-letter words during Nov. Show More Summary

FCC Reportedly Planning To Fine Sprint $105M For Wireless Bill-Cramming

Just two months after the Federal Communications Commission imposed its largest fine on AT&T for overcharging consumers using a practice known as “bill-cramming,” the regulator is reportedly poised to saddle Sprint with the same $105...Show More Summary

Tom Brady’s bad words draw FCC complaints

Tom Brady says he’ll keep using the F-word on the football field, and if people don’t like hearing it they should blame the TV networks. Some viewers have done just that. The Federal Communications Commission has received three complaints from viewers who are angry that they were watching Patriots games on network television and heard…

The four things Republicans in Congress could do to stymie net neutrality

This winter, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to pass its much-anticipated rules telling Internet service providers what, exactly, it means to treat everything that moves across the Internet fairly. If those "net neutrality" rules go as far as President Obama has called for them to go -- more or less, treating broadband Internet less […]

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