CFTC Chairman Rostin Behnam called on Congress to institute robust disclosure regimes and barriers against conflicts of interest.
The December meeting includes digital discrimination prevention, phone service accessibility, and satellite application processes.
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Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
'There are just an incredible amount of even management positions that would be well-suited to develop through an apprentice program.'
Vermont said 22 percent of its known locations don’t appear on the FCC map.
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SHLB told FCC not all anchor institutions use non-mass market internet providers, which are left out of mapping.
INCOMPAS pushed FCC on acknowledging that pole owners are beneficiaries of pole replacements.
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The first operator to bring fiber to a community creates a significant barrier to entry for competitors.
The FCC stated that it will lean on the newly mandated broadband nutrition labels.
'NTIA is calling for rules that stop the unnecessary and harmful collection and use of personal information.'
The commission published the initial draft of its map Friday, unleashing a storm of controversy in the industry circles.
The coalition sent a letter to NTIA head Alan Davidson urging the agency to reconsider the policies outlined in the BEAD NOFO.
Global UC is the first company to be removed by the FCC from receiving call traffic for robocall violations.
The August agreement has improved the agencies’ capacity for long-term planning, said an NTIA official.
The telecoms got into a rift with the FAA over interference possibilities with 5G deployments around airports.
Commercial mapping products are emerging as complementary resources for both industry and government players.
Beginning financial planning early and allow time to tweak statutes that may stand in the way of certain funding options.
Critics said that no one knows how thoroughly the map’s inaccuracies can be corrected before BEAD allocations must be made.