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Robocalls increasing, FCC moves to crack down on callers

With robocalls increasing, FCC moves to crack down on callers.

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Ask the FCC: Commissioners Take Hill Questions on Budget

Tuesday’s Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on the FCC’s 2018 budget request gave members of Congress a chance to question the agency’s three commissioners...

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Former FCC official the front-runner for telecom's top cop

The front-runner to be the next head of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau is a lawyer and former agency official who has worked with Comcast and media companies.

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Sullivan Named FCC International Bureau Chief

Agency vet has more than 25 years on staff.

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FCC OKs Emailed Annual Cable Sub Notices

The FCC has voted to allow cable operators to save a few more trees.

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Obama-Era FCC Caught Red-Handed Giving Preferential Treatment To Liberal Groups

A high-level employee at the FCC in 2014 appeared to give leaders of liberal-leaning groups preferential treatment for posting and publicizing comments on the agency’s public forum for the net neutrality debate.

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FCC looks to help cops crack down on threatening calls

The FCC is holding its June open meeting Thursday, and topping the docket is a rule to help law enforcement crack down on threatening phone calls.

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Pai: A Healthy Broadcast Industry Is in the Public Interest

Chairman pledges to help displaced LPTVs and translators within constraints of law.

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President Donald Trump Nominates Jessica Rosenworcel as FCC Commissioner

The former FCC commissioner remains a steadfast supporter of net neutrality, Rosenworcel voted for the FCC’s Open Internet Order...

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FCC's Pai: 'Net Neutrality' Is About Government Dictates

FCC chairman Ajit Pai took his pitch for rolling back Title II regs to the Midwest, saying "net neutrality" was about marketing...

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