WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The deliberate disruption of mobile phone service last year by transit police in San Francisco has prompted federal communications regulators to consider rules for similar situations
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FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced a five-step plan on Wednesday to update the technology that powers the 911 emergency response system.
02 May 2011 Leave a comment
Since the world’s engineers haven’t yet come up with a way to read minds over the internet (or at all, last we checked), we’re not
26 Mar 2011 Leave a comment
AT&T and T-Mobile might want to think about investing in some carabiners and crampons, because an FCC official just shoved a mountain in front of their proposed $39 billion merger.
17 Mar 2011 Leave a comment
Former FCC Chair Newton Minow has published a new essay reflecting on his famous “vast wasteland” speech of 1961.
Isn’t it time we acknowledge that between broadcast, cable, Internet, and mobile TV, a video Renaissance is underway?
22 Jan 2011 Leave a comment
Verizon filed a lawsuit today questioning the FCC’s authority to implement the agency’s network neutrality rules, but while the argument here is important, the underlying goal for this lawsuit and others that will be filed is finding a court sympathetic to each parties’ cause.