Commissioners from both parties emphasized the issues to the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee.
The adoption of new technologies presents operators with a plethora of new variables to manage on the user control plane.
The FCC rules have drawn strong pushback from industry groups and praise from Democratic leadership.
The recent drama at OpenAI reflects the ongoing debate on AI development, panelists said.
The annual Digital Infrastructure Investment Summit is returning on December 5.
The internet subsidy dubbed the Affordable Connectivity Program is set to dry up as early as April 2024.
33 State attorneys general sue Meta for allegedly capitalizing off of young users.
Right-of-way disputes regularly hold up deployments, providers said.
Lax DOJ enforcement lets fines go uncollected, witnesses said.
Internet for all: Zayo's mission to connect what’s next.
Senator wants FCC to make order on pole attachment, replacement cost issues.
The rules would aim to prevent unequal broadband access along racial and class lines.
The latest step in the agency's efforts to curb scam calls will kick off this week, FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said.
FCC to vote on order aimed at helping domestic abuse survivors maintain phone line.
The FTC may be able to convince the district court that Amazon is sustaining a monopoly markup, said Herb Hovenkamp.
The FCC announced $53.4 million in additional funding for the Emergency Connectivity Fund.
The commission took action on expanding E-Rate, maternal health data, and opening the 6 GHz band.
Public comment open until December 14, with reply comments due on January 17, 2024.
Two Republicans nominees for the FTC have been pushed through by a subcommittee.
The framework could help free up more spectrum to meet rising demand, some experts said.
Cable companies can leverage low upgrade costs and network operating experience to win grants, executives said.
More than 400,000 Houston households are eligible for Affordable Connectivity Program. But only 30% have adopted.
A rural build required as part of the company's Time Warner Cable purchase was surprisingly profitable, Chris Winfrey said.
The regulator is proposing a fine for failed transmission of 911 calls.
Ericsson partners with Eastern Kentucky network to provide 5G services.