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9 hrs ago | Government Executive
The Transportation Department and its National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have formally kicked off a process that would end in mandating all cars and light trucks have the ability to exchange data with each other over wireless communications to prevent accidents.
The National Association of Broadcasters has filed suit in federal court in an effort to force the Federal Communications Commission to revise the rules for the 2015 spectrum auction.
It takes a special man to cram so much wrong into a mere 342 words. Or an Old Grey Lady.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is going to have a fight on his hands if he tries to preempt state laws that limit the growth of municipal broadband networks.
Online video personalities are joining together to advocate for equal treatment of Internet traffic, aiming to stop the U.S. government from allowing what they worry will be fast and slow lanes for delivering content.
With the Springfield police adopting a digital signal for its radio transmissions, some emergency scanners used to listen to public safety broadcasts no longer work.
WASHINGTON A new Verizon plan to deliberately slow down or throttle some of the company's 4G LTE users who still use unlimited data plans has upset Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler.
It shouldn't come as a surprise that wireless operators view spectrum as a scarce and precious commodity.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has the green light to collect new data on the pricing of so-called special access services, the middle-mile network services used to deliver business broadband and mobile service backhaul.
A new lawsuit from broadcasters mad at the Federal Communications Commission's plans to shuffle broadcast channels after an upcoming auction just added more uncertainty into the government's effort to get TV airwaves into the hands of wireless carriers.
A lobbying group for TV stations sued the Federal Communications Commission Monday over the agency's plan to auction their broadcast licenses to cell-phone carriers.
Chinese hackers stole info on 4.5 million U.S. hospital patients. Re/code reports: "In a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the hospital company [Community Health Systems] said it was attacked during April and June of this year by an "Advanced Persistent Threat" group believed to be operating out of China."
On Monday the National Association of Broadcasters filed a petition asking a federal court to object to the Federal Communications Commission's rules for an upcoming auction of TV airwaves to cellular providers.
The broadcast lobby has asked a federal court to enjoin the Federal Communications Commission's post-incentive auction TV station repacking methodology.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:50 pm
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