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FCC Chair Seeks Conditional Approval for Amazon’s Project Kuiper

The Federal Communications Commission’s chairman, Ajit Pai, says he’s proposing approval of Amazon’s...

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Mozilla Drops Appeal of FCC Net Neutrality Decision

Mozilla and others that had challenged the FCC's deregulation of internet access in the 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom order have decided not...

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Users Opting Out Of Political Ads Will Reduce Facebook’s Reach

As radio fights for campaign ad dollars in the 2020 election cycle, it is competing with a smaller Facebook footprint.

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Republican Senators ask FCC to 'clearly define' when social media platforms should receive liability protections

A group of Republican Senators on Tuesday asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to "clearly" define...

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AT&T Ignores Net Neutrality: HBO Max Won’t Hit Data Caps but Competing Streamers Will

AT&T will favor customers who use its own streaming service, which would've been prohibited under former net neutrality regulations.

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FCC's Pai Extends Connectivity Pledge

FCC chair Ajit Pai has made it official. He has extended the FCC's voluntary Keep Americans Connected pledge until June 30.

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ICANN blocks controversial sale of .org domain to a private equity firm

ICANN concludes privatizing .org domain isn’t in the public interest.

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FCC to Allow Creation of a New 900 MHz Broadband Band

The Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or the “Commission”) has released a draft Order which is likely to be adopted...

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FCC: Digital Divide Continues to Close

The FCC says the digital divide is continuing to close and advanced telecommunications continues to be deployed...

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Some Jeers for FCC's 6 GHz Item

While most were cheering the FCC's decision to allow unlicensed devices--for things like streaming, video calling...

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