A new report from the Office of the New York Attorney General found that the broadband industry funded a campaign that submitted 18 million fake comments supporting the 2017 repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules.
Brendan Carr is calling on acting FCC chair, Jessica Rosenworcel, to speak out on a pressure campaign from Democratic lawmakers against the sale of a Miami radio station because she denounced pressure from Donald Trump previously.
"This gets me so mad ya don't even know!" the popular rapper tweeted, criticizing congressman Glenn Grothman.
The warning followed reports that some people were using radio services as an alternative to social media sites in order to communicate and coordinate activities.
It's "illegal for broadcasters to intentionally distort the news, and the FCC may act on complaints if there is documented evidence of such behavior from persons with direct personal knowledge," the FCC guide states.
The FCC voted to establish 988 as the National Suicide Lifeline's number in a vote on Thursday. Phone providers will need to route calls to the number to the Lifeline by July 2022.
The scam is also just one of many that have proliferated during the epidemic, preying on people's financial and health fears.
The Departments of Justice, Homeland Security and Defense, among others, warned that authorizing China Telecom could give the Chinese government access to U.S. telecommunications networks.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai claimed the "Obama FCC" treated the internet like "a water company or Amtrak."
The Federal Communications Commission accused Sprint of fraudulently obtaining tens of millions of dollars in subsidies from the government's Lifeline program.
U.S. Southern Command has been testing as many as 25 balloons over the Midwest, which can float at 65,000 feet and capture video of whole cities.
The ruling is meant to help cut down on spam and robotexts.
Between May 8 and May 12 it received more than 2.1 million comments. The system came crashing down.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed changes that could cut off internet and phone service to 8 million Americans, many of them Puerto Ricans recovering from Hurricane Irma.
The snooping devices are known as 'Stingrays' and are typically purchased by law enforcement.
The flight has been codenamed "It's Business Time," thanks to social media.
The FCC ruled the firm's tiny satellites were too small to be adequately monitored, and risked collision with other spacecraft.
26 senators are already signed on to overturn FCC's net neutrality repeal.
Hamill made sure to remind Cruz that misspelling his name wasn't the politician's first Twitter faux pas.
Pai appeared in a video wielding a fidget spinner and performing the Harlem Shake just one day before the decisive net neutrality vote.
Perhaps you're wondering what net neutrality means, so we have prepared an explainer to understand how the FCC proposed changes may affect the way you use the interwebs.