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Under strong public criticism, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is scrambling to salvage his controversial net neutrality plan unveiled last month.
Firm Calls on New FCC Chairman to Put an End to Political Text Message Spam WASHINGTON, May 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Revolution Messaging, the political industry leader in calling
Two Democrats serving on the Federal Communications Commission expressed serious concerns on this week about Chairman Tom Wheeler's net neutrality proposal, which would reestablish new rules for Internet traffic after a federal court ruling overturned the FCC’s 2010 regulations.
May 1, 2014 was the deadline for all cellular signal booster manufacturers to comply with new FCC rules and SmoothTalker is ready. Aurora, Ontario (PRWEB) May
Owners, investors, strategic advisors and professionals from across the industry will explore the issues and opportunities that are most pressing in today's broadcast market. Charlottesville,
Global futurist Jack Uldrich returns to Washington DC to present the keynote, "The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof Yourself Against Tomorrow's Transformational Trends, Today" to the
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday proposed new net neutrality regulations that would prevent broadband providers from blocking or slowing access to websites or services.
Most 9-1-1 Dispatchers Say They Regularly Receive Inaccurate Wireless Location Data from Carriers; Offer Near Unanimous Support for Proposed FCC Rule Requiring Indoor Location Accuracy WASHINGTON,
The Federal Communications Commission is set to put forth new rules on Thursday, and this proposal marks the third attempt by the government agency to enforce “net neutrality.” This is the concept that all Internet traffic should be treated equally.
Yesterday the Alliance for Excellent Education submitted to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) names of nearly 3,000 educators, students, and citizens who support the continued expansion
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