News that the Federal Communications Commission would not disregard hundreds of thousands of identical anti-net neutrality comments made by bots is not sitting well with some of the people whose names were stolen and attached to those comments. Show More Summary
Now that federal regulators have released their official proposal to repeal the government's net neutrality rules, Democrats are vowing, Churchill-style, to fight that measure in the courts, at the Federal Communications Commission and in the realm of public opinion. Sensing they've hit on a white-hot campaign issue, liberals are seeking to stir up a grassroots firestorm […]
Net neutrality activists are demanding that the Federal Communications Commission investigate a series of messages sent to the agency that allegedly impersonate people who did not sign or support those public comments. More than a dozen people sent a letter to the FCC Thursday saying that their names and contact information were improperly used as part of […]
On May 23, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing the reversal of the agency’s 2015 Title II Order which subjected Internet service providers (ISPs) to regulation as telecommunications services pursuant to Title II of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended. In a 2-1 vote along partisan lines,...… Continue Reading
The unceasing assault of robocalls makes constantly answering automated calls and deleting voicemail messages annoying enough. But if a Republican-backed proposal before the Federal Communications Commission goes through, you may find...Show More Summary
The Federal Communications Commission released its updated proposal to repeal the net-neutrality rules set during the Obama administration on Tuesday. There isn’t much about the new text that’s radically different than the initial proposal...Show More Summary
After receiving complaints about the May 1 broadcast of CBS’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” the Federal Communications Commission concluded that Colbert’s remarks about Donald Trump that night did not rise to the level of obscenity or indecency. Variety...
Comedian Stephen Colbert’s profanity-tinged tirade against President Donald Trump, aired nationally on CBS, doesn’t merit any action by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, the... To view the full story, click the title link.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Tuesday it would not take any action over thousands of complaints about a crude joke that late-night television host Stephen Colbert told about U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Stephen Colbert will not be punished for the crude joke about President Trump that led to thousand of complaints and a campaign under the #FireColbert hashtag, the Federal Communications Commission has decided. The FCC says it will not take no action against the Late Show host over his May 1...
The Federal Communications Commission will not take any action in response to complaints over the May 1 broadcast of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” in which Colbert said in his opening monologue, “the only thing [Trump’s] mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c— holster.” (more…)
Apple has filed an application with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to start testing 5G connectivity, laying the groundwork for its first capable hardware.
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission took a major, controversial step: In a 2–1 vote, the FCC—under the leadership of Chairman Ajit Pai, who was appointed chairman by President Donald Trump in January—voted to approve a proposal that may undo the existing net neutrality regulations. Show More Summary
On May 18, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission proposed to eliminate the rule requiring radio and television broadcasters to maintain a main studio located at or near a station’s community of license. The Commission proposed the repeal of the rule on the grounds that the ubiquity of electronic communications eliminated the necessity of a studio’s...… Continue Reading
The Justice Department, along with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS), announced the nationwide rollout of the National Blue Alert Network. Under implementation by the Office of Community...Show More Summary
Senators have complained to the Federal Communications Commission after security guards pushed a journalist to a wall while he was covering a controversial FCC hearing to end net neutrality. Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Maggie Hassan...Show More Summary
The Federal Communications Commission has formally voted for another step towards killing net neutrality. It has officially proposed reclassifying both broadband and mobile data in ways that reduce the ability of the agency to regulate it. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) President Trump named Ajit Pai chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. By my lights it ranks as one of Trump’s great appointments. Having served as a commissioner during the Obama administration, Pai had aShow More Summary
Cloud-based bots attacked the Federal Communications Commission -- here's what we know.
The Obama administration’s rules intended to ensure net neutrality are on their way out after the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to begin implementing Chairman Ajit Pai’s plans to scrap the regulations. The FCC voted...Show More Summary