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FCC Votes To Require Support For Texting To 911

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‘Our first responsibility is to provide for the safety of Americans’

House GOP Launch Investigation Into FCC Exception For Obama Donor

‘Something smells rotten’

US Government Wants A 'Model City' To Test Wireless Tech


FCC requests public comment about starting a huge experiment

FCC Website Conveniently Shuts Down On Last Day Of Net Neutrality Commenting

Agency extends the deadline to Friday because of the error

Tech CEOs Request Billions For School Wi-Fi

Zuckerberg delivers remarks in an onstage interview for the Atlantic Magazine in Washington

Without it ‘our students will not be able to compete in the global economy’

The Top 10 Failures of FCC Title II Utility Regulation

FCC front door

‘To prevent history from repeating itself, consider this top-ten list of FCC Title II utility-regulation failures’

TV Execs Donate To Dem Lawmaker, Get Million-Dollar FCC Rule Exception

‘The timing of the campaign donations is very suspicious’

John Oliver Breaks The FCC's Internet With Net Neutrality

‘The Internet in its current form is not broken, and the FCC is currently taking steps to fix that’

The Top Ten Reasons To Oppose Broadband Utility Regulation

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

Few official bad ideas come as bad as this one.

FCC Votes For New 'Net Neutrality' Internet Regulations

Wheeler and Pai testify before a Senate Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on the FY2015 budget justification for the FCC, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Nothing less than the future of the Internet depends on how we resolve this disagreement’

FCC Revises Plan To Regulate Internet After Public Outcry

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and commissioners testify before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

Agency states it won’t allow segregated Web traffic

FCC Crashes Its Live-Stream Video During A Meeting Touting Its New Internet Regulation Proposal

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

‘It’s too bad we don’t have those fast lanes’

VICTORY: FCC scraps media survey amid allegations of trying to regulate news

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'In the course of FCC review and public comment, concerns were raised that some of the questions may not have been appropriate'

FCC head DENIES allegations that feds are trying to shape news coverage

FCC Chairman Wheeler testifies before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington
'The Commission has no intention of regulating political or other speech of journalists or broadcasters'

Feds plan to inspect media for what they cover

Ajit Pai FCC Commissioner

GOP appointee wins one round, but the Democrats are planning their countermove

FCC media content probe doesn't seem to be happening


Is the regulator abandoning its plan to investigate news organizations?

GOP lawmakers look to ban in-flight cell phone calls

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‘[I]f passengers are going to be forced to listen to the gossip in the aisle seat, it’s going to make for a very long flight’

FCC plans to interrogate reporters, rank acceptability of content


Airwaves regulator will probe content, point of view and perceived bias in print, online and broadcast media

FCC program intended for student Internet pays for teacher text messaging


‘Congress did not ask the FCC to subsidize school administrators’ anytime minutes’