FCC rule aims to help people with disabilities communicate

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is working to make it easier for deaf...

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FCC Releases Details on EAS Test Reporting

he Federal Communication Commission released details about the new Emergency Alert System Test Reporting System...

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CLC Pushes for Enhanced Disclosure

The Campaign Legal Center says the FCC is failing to do its job, and in the process failing the American people...

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Effective Date, Reconsideration/Appeal Deadlines Set for Revised ILEC Rules

The publication starts the clock on the time for filing either petitions for reconsideration with the Commission or petitions for...

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Are You Prepared? The Top 10 Regulatory Enforcement Trends to Watch For in 2016

As we look back at 2015 and ahead into 2016, the regulatory enforcement landscape is becoming increasingly clear.

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Thune: ‘We Don’t Like Where the FCC Is Headed’ on Lifeline

Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) said Tuesday that his committee will consider imposing...

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As FCC Flexes Its Regulatory Muscle, It Ignores Its Own Failed Programs

In January, the Federal Communications Commission released its annual Broadband Progress Report to the public.

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FCC Commissioners Testimony Reveals Fractured and Partisan Process

Yesterday, the Subcommittee on Communications and Technology for the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing on...

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Wheeler: I’ll Seek More Money If $1.75B Spectrum Auction Fund Insufficient

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler told a House Appropriations Committee panel Tuesday that if the $1.75 billion is not sufficient to pay for...

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The FCC Wants To Regulate Your Internet Privacy Now, Too

Federal statutes remain unchanged even as communications and Internet technologies constantly evolve.

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