Putting monopoly-style regulations from the 1930s on the competitive broadband sector won't work.
Federal agencies want to stop fake and impersonated comments during the rulemaking process.
The agency filed approximately 5,000 applications manually last year.
A federal appeals court upheld much of the FCC’s rollback of net neutrality rules but found that the commission overstepped its authority when it blocked states from enacting their own internet regulations.
Sens. Chuck Schumer and Tom Cotton fear the state-owned companies present national security threats.
As part of the agreement, 12 phone carriers pledged to implement call-blocking technology and to monitor their networks for illegal robocalls.
The agency is hosting a workshop highlighting the opportunities and challenges for artificial intelligence applications across the wireless spectrum.
American companies may not be Huawei, but they're innovating 5G in their own ways.
The FCC will vote on a proposed rule next month that would ban malicious caller ID spoofing for text messages and robocalls that originate outside the United States. State attorneys general have long requested federal assistance with complaints about robocallers from out of the country.
Consider it Moneyball for the FCC.
Spectrum is limited but it doesn't have to be a zero-sum game.
First responders don’t have an easy replacement.
The result is an ineffective body with minimal impact, according to former members.
The agency is making at least $600 million available for the project.
An FCC Commissioner hopes to mirror Aiken Technical College’s Tower Installation Program in other schools across the country.
The $20 billion proposed initiative would also set higher standards for internet speeds.
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