Airlines had asked the Federal Communications Commission to push back the 5G launch over concerns that it could interfere with the electronics used by pilots.
Scott Rhodes, 52, allegedly made 4,959 illegal robocalls by using falsified called ID information and targeted residents of Brooklyn, Iowa.
"Contacted potential voters may listen to the voicemail as many times as they want, delete it, or ignore it, at no cost to them," David Perdue's campaign said.
Drones made by Chinese firm DJI could be gathering data "that could be exploited by Beijing," according to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.
"More help is on the way to households without broadband," said FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel.
The robocalls falsely told potential mail-in voters that their personal data would be used by police, debt collectors and the CDC for "mandatory vaccinations."
The FCC must find other revenue sources to keep up with the increasing cost of USF programs, and ensure that those funds are used properly.
"Like the song is literally about gay sex what y'all want me to do play the piano while baking a cake?" Lil Nas X wrote in a tweet, responding to his critics.
Eligible households get offered a temporary discount of as much as $75 a month on their broadband bill and a one-time discount of up to $100 to buy a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer if they contribute $10-$50 toward the purchase.
Scott Rhodes, 51, made thousands of calls to phones in at least eight states after pre-recording vitriolic messages.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
Abramovich is accused of running "one of the largest illegal robocalling campaigns" ever discovered.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is a Harvard grad and former Verizon lawyer who just helped repeal net neutrality rules.
FCC decided on Thursday to have the potentially industry-changing rule examined over the next few months.
The legal battle between Internet service providers and the FCC over net neutrality has begun.
All but two lawmakers behind the "Internet Freedom Act" have received campaign money from telecoms.
Now that celebration is winding down, get ready for challenge after challenge to the new rules.
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The FCC unanimously votes for improved indoor location for emergency calls, worrying civil liberties advocates.
For six hours beginning on April 9, about 11 million Americans in seven states were left without access to 911 emergency services. The cause was a software glitch.
What is the government hiding about Stingray use?
In comparison to the "internet blackout" of 2012, participation in today's online protest was lacking