The Fifth Circuit ruled that the administration overstepped in coercing social media platforms to take down misinformation.
RDOF defaults prevented an estimated 293,128 locations in 31 states from getting new investments, the FCC said.
The agency’s aggressive approach to antitrust under Chair Lina Khan has sparked controversy.
Associations agreed on the need for baseline federal privacy legislation.
The court has not yet agreed to hear the cases, but multiple justices have commented on their importance.
In Emergency Broadband Benefit case, Q Link claimed excessive market value of devices, the FCC said.
'Section 230 is critical to enabling the digital sector’s efforts to respond to extremist[s],' said a tech industry supporter.
The RWA told the FCC its members are struggling to get loans to fulfil Rip and Replace obligations.
Two information technology industry groups are trying to stall implementation of Texas’ social media law.
Legislation introduced Thursday would shield federal broadband funding from being taxed.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act cleared committee 53-2, with pushback from California legislators.
The decision resulted in an unusual court split. Justice Kagan sided with Justice Alito but refused to sign his dissent.
The Computer and Communications Industry Association counts as members Amazon, Google and Facebook.
The NTIA has made key leadership hires just weeks after its head was confirmed by the Senate.
Technology advocacy groups are concerned about big technology companies entering the auto industry.
Atlantic Broadband has rebranded as Breezeline after expanding in the country.
A Texas court blocked enforcement of a social media that would prevent companies from removing extreme speech.
A coalition of groups argue the Texas law violates the Constitution, US Telecom on investment and Connected Nation on impact.
An inside look at the package of antitrust bills marked up this week by the House Judiciary Committee.
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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and Commissioner Brendan Carr announced on Tuesday that the FCC will vote on Pai’s […]
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