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Robert M. McDowell served as a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission from 2006-2013 and is currently a visiting fellow at the Hudson Institute's Center for Economics of the Internet.
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Apple has developed its own iBeacon hardware product according to an application for certification made with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission .
The Federal Communications Commission approved a new plan in a 3-2 vote pushing for better Internet speeds and broadband opportunities for public schools and libraries across the country.
Regulators who are evaluating AT&T's bid to take over DirecTV should consider the telecom's recent history of "skirting the spirit" of neutrality principles, Sen. Al Franken says.
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Apple-designed iBeacon hardware hits FCC: for Apple Stores, developers, or consumers? - On July 4th of this year, the Federal Communications Commission made filings public from Apple regarding an Apple-branded piece of iBeacon equipment.
In just a few weeks, the Federal Communications Commission will conclude its public comment period over whether Internet service providers can give some packets of data priority - dismantling what's become known as net neutrality.
WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Competitive Carriers Association issued the following news release: Today, during its July Open Meeting, the Federal Communications Commission adopted a Report and Order establishing a budget and process for selecting winning applicants for the Connect America Fund Rural Broadband Experiments.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has voted to spend $2 billion over the next two years on improving Wi-Fi networks at schools and libraries, despite questions from Republican commissioners about the source of those funds.
Targeted News Service WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Federal Communications Commission published the following rule in the Federal Register: Misuse of Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Service; Telecommunications Relay Services and Speech-to-Speech Services for Individuals With Hearing and Speech Disabilities A Rule by the Federal Communications ... (more)
FCC Approves Controversial $2 Billion School Wi-Fi Plan - Schools will soon be able to apply for grants from a $2 billion fund to help pay for Wi-Fi networks in schools under a plan approved Friday by federal regulators.
Reactions to the Federal Communications Commission's Friday decision to approve a modified overhaul of a program that discounts telecommunications and Internet bills for schools and libraries ranged from praise to criticism of the process to calls for more money in the future.
The Federal Communications Commission approved a plan to spend $2 billion to boost wireless Internet connectivity in U.S. schools and libraries during the next two years.
Sen. Chuck Schumer wants true net neutrality -- and he's calling on federal regulators to take a big step to get there.
FCC OKs $2B for broader school Wi-Fi access FCC OKs funds broader school Internet connection plan Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1m1uGs5 The federal program that was created in the 1990s to connect schools to the Internet will now spend an additional $2 billion during the next two years to make those connections wireless.
AT&T and Verizon Wireless are extracting "monopoly rents" from competitors who pay them for data roaming, forcing smaller carriers to charge higher prices to their own subscribers, four public interest groups wrote in a filing with the Federal Communications Commission yesterday.
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