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4 hrs ago | Bloomberg
A private-equity company owned by a campaign donor to President Barack Obama won a waiver from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission that may give it an advantage in planned airwaves auctions.
9 hrs ago | TV Technology
A Virginia-based business is being fined $10,400 for letting the lights go out on its antenna and not notifying federal flight authorities right away.
More than 1 million people filed a comment with the Federal Communications Commission on how to preserve an open Internet as the first period to do so ended Friday.
The House passed a fiscal year 2015 Financial Services Appropriations bill with an amendment that is intended to bar the Federal Communications Commission from pre-empting state laws that block state and local governments from providing broadband service.
Today the American Library Association and the Association of College and Research Libraries urged the Federal Communications Commission to adopt the legally enforceable network neutrality rules necessary to fulfill library missions and serve communities nationwide.
The Federal Communications Commission has been working on a set of rules that introduces a two-tiered system of internet connectivity: the fast lane and the slow lane.
This panel is moderated by Marissa Valeri who is Common Cause's digital strategies manager.
Sen. Al Franken filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission Tuesday, saying he believes it is critical that Internet access remains equal for both consumers in Minnesota and across the country.
Former Federal Communications Commission commissioner Michael Copps responds to a question during an interview with Chronicle reporter Joe Garofoli July 15, 2014 at the San Francisco Chronicle in San Francisco, Calif.
US Rep. Marsha Blackburn wants to make sure the Federal Communications Commission never interferes with "states' rights" to protect private Internet service providers from having to compete against municipal broadband networks.
The Federal Communications Commission announced it would extend the public comment period on its Open Internet proceeding until midnight on July 18, after a flood of last-minute comments to the agency's Electronic Comment Filing System crashed the site on July 15. More than 675,000 comments were registered with the FCC as of July 14, with more ... (more)
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission today pushed back to July 18 the first deadline to submit comments on the agency's proposed new Internet traffic rules after a surge in traffic overwhelmed its online filing system.
The Federal Communications Commission says it's extending the deadline for public to comment on a net neutrality proposal because the response has swamped the agency's website.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:29 pm
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