‘Consumers … should not face financial burdens when trying to change providers’
Congressman still has ‘legitimate concerns’ about foreign-owned news channel
Competitors and others charge special treatment because of Obama relationship
Comms services for affected areas being restored despite need for fuel to power cell towers’ back up generators
Backers viewed proposal as a vehicle to ensure broadband coverage in underserved areas
‘Consumers will see substantial net benefits from expanded coverage enabled by additional spectrum’
Commission rejects numerous Freedom of Information Act requests from conservatives regarding net neutrality
The FCC’s public interest test undermines Congress’ goals of promoting communications competition and efficient secondary wireless markets.
The FCC was first mandated by Congress in 2002 to make the political file of broadcasters available for public inspection, which made the information available to the public in file cabinets.
White House has threatened to veto the bill if it reaches the president’s desk
The FCC should repurpose itself in order to more effectively accomplish repurposing of spectrum.
‘The FCC may consider itself an expert agency on telecom, but it is not omniscient’
As CEO resigns, Congress demands answers on FCC-LiqhtSquared collaboration
Oddly, donation listed under company he hadn’t worked for in a decade
Pattern of regulatory decisions aimed at establishing ‘open-access’ Internet in the United States
In the months leading up to the Federal Communications Commission’s December 21, 2010 so-called ‘net neutrality’ vote
Broadbanding Together - TheDC
Communications, letters show broadband company received special treatment from FCC, repaid with Democratic Party donations
FCC critics had claimed the rule would slow wireless network development
Airwaves clear slightly for community radio - The Associated Press
‘The Federal Communications Commission is expected to start taking applications for the new stations sometime this fall’
Vinton Cerf: ‘Technology is an enabler of rights, not a right itself’