Latest Federal Communications Commission Stories
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Tom Wheeler said this week that Americans suffer a lack of realistic choices when it comes to high speed broadband providers, a problem which he intends to rectify.
Verizon has been instructed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to pay a record $7.4 million fine for its failure to notify wireline telephone customers of their marketing privacy rights.
The debate on net neutrality, the extent to which the Internet should be regulated to ensure that all traffic is treated equally by ISPs, continues robustly even as the period in which the public can give their opinion to the FCC comes to an end.
Warns of Merged Company's Dominance of Spot Cable Advertising Market, Harm to Cable Companies, Small Businesses and Consumers LEXINGTON, Ky., Aug.
Large Majority Support FCC Rule Requiring Carriers to Provide Accurate Indoor Locations, Want Rule Enforced in
Deal Would Give Comcast Unprecedented Market Power & Lead To Higher Prices and Fewer Choices For Consumers WASHINGTON, Aug.
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