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Wireless carriers are scared of the FCC changing the definition of broadband

In a report from Moffett Nathanson, he notes that any change of definition will 'skew' penetration statistics due to a significantly drop in the number of people who have what is deemed ...
by William Neilson JrJuly 12, 201414

National Cable & Telecom Association continues bizarre reasoning against net neutrality

The National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) is the cable industry's biggest lobbying organization. When the former FCC boss Michael Powell is the current head of the ...
by William Neilson JrJuly 11, 2014

AT&T reiterates they are for Net Neutrality, except for when they’re not

Yet, back in 2012, AT&T blocked Apple's Facetime over cellular connections unless users signed up for one of their shared data plans. In May of 2013, AT&T blocked Google Hangouts over ...
by William Neilson JrJune 9, 20149

Sprint’s excuses for their Do Not Call violations are comical

In 2009, Sprint admitted to Do Not Call violations but claimed that they were due to an “equipment malfunction." In 2011, Sprint paid $400,000 to the FCC due to additional Do Not Call ...
by William Neilson JrMay 20, 20141

Breaking News: FCC approves plan to allow for paid priority on Internet

BGR The Washington Post is reporting that the Federal Communications Commission today voted in favor of advancing a proposal that would allow for broadband providers to ...
by William Neilson JrMay 15, 201450

Tech giants slam FCC plan for Internet ‘fast lanes’

A total of 145 companies including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, DropBox, and Yahoo issued a joint statement to FCC boss Tom Wheeler for his proposal to protect network ...
by William Neilson JrMay 8, 201414

First AT&T, now Verizon cries to the FCC about auction rules

Verizon has decided to follow in AT&T’s footsteps and stamp its feet about the restrictions that the FCC is going to put in place to save some chunks of spectrum for smaller operators. ...
by William Neilson JrMay 2, 20146

Dear Chairman of the FCC, it’s time to do your job and stand up for consumers

Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is about to give Internet Service Providers the ability to charge content companies more for access that people should ...
by William Neilson JrMay 1, 201412

The FCC called AT&T’s bluff on the upcoming spectrum auction

Earlier this week, the FCC called AT&T’s bluff and essentially dared them to stay out of the most important wireless spectrum auction in years.
by William Neilson JrApril 29, 20145

FCC reportedly skeptical about the idea of a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile

The FCC chairman is reportedly highly skeptical about a potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. We've seen a failed T-Mobile acquisition before, and if early indications hold ...
by Jonathan FeistFebruary 5, 20145
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