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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed some workable ideas for reforming the Lifeline program, which subsidizes phone service for eligible low-income consumers, USTelecom said in


More than a dozen engineers, legal experts, economists, civil rights representatives and diverse business groups filed amicus briefs supporting USTelecom’s challenge of the Federal Communicat


The Federal Communications Commission significantly underestimated the time it will take broadband service providers to comply with new data collections related to service performance, according to


The Commerce Department has several options it could take to facilitate broader deployment of broadband, USTelecom said, responding to a request for input from the Broadband Opportunity Council.


It will take broad participation by multiple stakeholders to address specific cybersecurity challenges, USTelecom said in comments responding to a


There are significant legal risks associated with the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) open Internet rule and a “strong likelihood” courts will find the commission exceed


USTelecom President Walter McCormick urged Congress to pass legislation that would give the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) clear authority to adopt and enforce open Internet rules.


USTelecom President Walter McCormick told C-SPAN Congress should give the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) clear authority to enact open Internet rules.


USTelecom filed suit in the U.S.


Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) told a USTelecom Cybersecuri