Competition, not government regulation, is the best way to generate diverse choices for consumers and businesses
AT&T said it would leave temporary Boston Marathon WiFi for extended time
Prolonged power outages, such as those after Superstorm Sandy, can bring down cell service in an area.
FCC wants free WiFi for all - TheDC
New plan for fast, free wireless Internet met with resistance by telecom companies
Continued Chevron Deference is increasingly critical to the FCC’s actual and perceived authority going forward.
The announcement came a day after AT&T announced plans to invest $22 billion dollars a year in its network over the next three years
The FCC is clinging to obsolete technology and competitive assumptions
The spectrum deal involves Verizon purchasing unused wireless space held by the four cable companies.
Big Brother is reading your text messages, demanding ‘cell tower dumps,’ congressman reveals
Simply, this effort appears to be about net neutrality proponents non-transparently gaming the Verizon-Cable Spectrum transaction review process
But the company was always careful to say that it could change this policy in the future.
T-Mobile, Sprint rally usual DC allies to oppose Verizon deal: ‘Alliance for Broadband Competition’ includes Soros-funded groups from political Left
Apple’s biggest barrier thus far has been the large subsidies carriers pay to keep end-user iPhone pricing affordable
One of the Administration’s most unlawfully over-active wings has been the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
This isn’t a free market – this is abusive and capricious government interventionism.
Report: 'Hacktivism' on the rise - TheDCNF
58 percent of all data stolen in 2011 was for primarily political reasons, report says
President Barack Obama and his Democrat Congressional cohorts have spent the last three-plus years throwing legislative and regulatory anvils into, and in front of, the free market private sector.
Mobile payment app security concerns surface and Google responds
Broadbanding Together - TheDC
Communications, letters show broadband company received special treatment from FCC, repaid with Democratic Party donations
Activations and unit sales don’t necessarily paint a complete picture