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2 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
Even before Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler began circulating his latest proposal to ensure broadband providers don't block or slow down individual websites, politicians and interest groups began weighing in.
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3 hrs ago | ITworld
The U.S. military might have to share its radar frequencies with mobile broadband providers under a plan the Federal Communications Commission continued to flesh out this week under the catchy name Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
7 hrs ago | Spin
Hope you really trust your broadband company. And don't mind the Internet getting more expensive.
9 hrs ago | WLOX-TV Biloxi
Officials at the U.S. Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego are searching the base after an unconfirmed report of an armed individual there.
9 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
Washington, D.C. >> The Federal Communications Commission can't determine why Interstate 81 homicide victim Timothy Davison's 911 call was dropped as he was chased from Maryland into Pennsylvania, the agency said in an April 11 letter to U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-PA, In response to Casey's request for an investigation, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote ... (more)
11 hrs ago | KXVO
The Federal Communications Commission will be distributing a proposal tomorrow that allows broadband Internet providers the ability to provide preferential speed treatment to content providers that pay for that privilege.
11 hrs ago | Gawker
The President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, earlier today engaged in a brief session of athletic play-activity with an ASIMO robot unit .
12 hrs ago | Common Dreams
The lines are now clear, says Karr: "Either you are for Net Neutrality or you're with [FCC chair] Tom Wheeler.
13 hrs ago | Newsday
In Valley Stream road construction. two lanes closed on The Southern St Pkwy EB near Corona Ave/X15.
14 hrs ago | Light Reading
The reactions to the Federal Communications Commission 's new net neutrality proposals have been swift and predictable even though those proposals haven't even been formally announced yet.
17 hrs ago | The Washington Post
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17 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The FCC is planning new net neutrality rules. And they enshrine pay-for-play. "The Federal Communications Commission said it will propose new rules on Thursday that could give high-speed Internet providers more power on what content moves the fastest on the Web on which firms pay the most," reports the Post's own Cecilia Kang.
17 hrs ago | ABC News
Two tech giants announced first-quarter results and both surprised Wall Street with stronger-than-expected earnings.
18 hrs ago | The Wall Street Journal
FCC RULES WOULD ALLOW PREFERRED WEB TRAFFIC: The Federal Communications Commission plans to propose new rules on Internet traffic today that would allow broadband providers to charge companies a premium for access to their fast lanes.
A U.S. regulator is considering letting Internet-service providers negotiate payments from the likes of Amazon and Google for access to the so- called last mile of connection to customers, an official said.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler gives testimony before the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing last March.
Competition is the "watchword" when the U.S. telecom regulator reviews any industry proposals, the Federal Communications Commission's chairman said on Wednesday, addressing claims that Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc would fail without a merger.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler will propose a new set of rules issued in response to a January federal court decision that tossed out the agency's prior Open Internet rules, The New York Times reports .