After being thwarted by the courts twice, the administration looks to be gearing up for another attempt to impose net neutrality by fiat.
‘The next FCC chairman should be someone who can focus on clearing regulatory deadwood’
Grassroots uproar has culminated in a response from the White House
‘Consumers … should not face financial burdens when trying to change providers’
Raddatz’s husband works for Romney-targeted NPR
Was Raddatz invited to Obama’s wedding? Her husband went
An ABC spokesman grudgingly confirmed Obama’s attendance at the wedding, after first shielding Raddatz in August
A sound regulatory environment depends on sufficient regulatory certainty so that marketplace participants know the “rules of the game.
There are marriage and family ties that date back to Obama’s days at Harvard Law School
‘Consumers will see substantial net benefits from expanded coverage enabled by additional spectrum’
AT&T has heavily criticized the FCC for its decision, arguing that the agency’s rejection of the merger will deprive consumers from more robust networks.
Opponents of proposed rule say it’s an attempt to subvert Citizens United decision
New rule would require broadcasters to make funding information available online
As CEO resigns, Congress demands answers on FCC-LiqhtSquared collaboration
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
The truth is the FCC, left to its own devices, routinely imposes unnecessary and harmful conditions on auctions
‘The firm has instituted a screen, to preclude me from discussing or otherwise handling or knowing about particular matters’
Campaign Legal Center, Sunlight Foundation supported full disclosure of broadcast campaign ad funding
Study: Wireless spectrum crunch confirmed - The Hill
Demand for wireless networks is growing rapidly and will soon outstrip capacity