Federal Communications Commission
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Reads Mean Tweets Then Mocks His Haters
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai did his own version of "Mean Tweets" and the result was not funny, at least to his many haters.
Net Neutrality News: "Future Of Internet Regulation" To Be Announced On Wednesday
FCC chairman Ajit Pai will bare his net neutrality plans come Wednesday.
Senate Votes To Retract Obama's Broadband Privacy Rules
On Thursday, the US Senate voted to repeal regulations that require internet service providers to put more effort into securing customer privacy. There was a clear line between political parties, 50 Republicans against 48 Democrats.
The World Without Net Neutrality: Bigger Players Getting Bigger?
For the past few weeks, net neutrality has been a main discussion point of tech media. The future of its existence is a sensitive topic, especially because of the effects its removal would have on the industry.
New FCC Ruling Removes Broadband Aid Provided To Low-Income Households
The Federal Communications Commission has advised as much as nine companies that they can no longer provide broadband usage services under a federal assistance program, requiring households to pay more for internet services.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's Future Plans: Transparency & 4K Broadcasting
Newly appointed FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, is under a lot of pressure to deliver results. On his agenda is 4K broadcasting, but the executive wants to move forward with an air of transparency as well.
T-Mobile Files Comments With FCC Against Verizon Over Copycat Consumer Plans
T-Mobile has filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission allegedly accusing Verizon of copying its data plans.