The Federal Communications Commission is weighing model state legislation to tax broadband service providers.
The net neutrality debate is a complicated one, so naturally many of the loudest voices against its repeal last year resorted to doomsday rhetoric.
California Republicans, still smarting from their big midterm losses at the polls, are ridiculing a plan by Democratic-dominated state regulators to tax text messaging on all mobile phones—a proposal drawing fire from Silicon Valley’s wireless industry and business groups.
Federal authorities have arrested a man in Los Angeles for threatening Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Ajit Pai’s family.
A former Democratic commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission is joining George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, the group announced.
Left-wing media watchdog Media Matters for America accused Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Monday of retreating to Fox News to “avoid criticism” over the repeal of net neutrality, neglecting to tell readers he also appeared on several other programs.
Wired Magazine on Tuesday seemed to justify the vitriolic attacks that have been leveled at Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, over the Net Neutrality debate. The controversy arose when the magazine’s Twitter account attempted to promote a recently published profile of the chairman. The magazine tweeted a quote, from an unknown source who supports neutrality, …
The “internet as we know it may not exist” now that net neutrality has officially ended, the media are warning online.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said on Thursday the government would not heed calls from Senate Democrats to investigate a private broadcaster for its “news activities.”
An impending overhaul of the national U.S. telecommunications database is prompting fears the transition could spark a catastrophic failure, crippling emergency communications networks across the United States, according to industry insiders who told the Washington Free Beacon the foreign firm handling the upcoming transition may not be prepared to initiate the switch.