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USTelecom Ex-Parte: ISPs not Terminating Access Monopolists
USTelecom argued that broadband service providers providing service to consumers do not have any more terminating or originating access monopoly power than broadband service providers that just pro
Associations Urge House to Support ITFA Bill
In a joint letter sent to House lawmakers today, USTelecom, along with CTIA and NCTA, urged members to support H.R. 235, the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act.
Cedar Falls Muni Provider Concerned about Title II
An Iowa-based municipal broadband provider that President Obama praised during a mid-January visit is worried that Title II regulation could hurt its finances and impede its ability to expand servi
Telecom, Wireless & Cable Urge Senate to Pass CISA
USTelecom Urges Support for Bonus Depreciation Bill
In a letter sent to House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) today, USTelecom President Walter McCormick urged the leaders to support H.R.
Cross-Section of American Industry Laud Cybersecurity Framework
Associations representing nearly every American industry reaffirmed their members’ commitment to using the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST)
Diverse Industries ask Senate to Pass EXPIRE Act
A diverse coalition of trade associations and non-profits representing the telecom, technology, biofuel, aerospace, real estate, community development and manufacturing sectors sent a letter to eve
Multiple Industries Ask Senate to Continue Work on Patent Reform
USTelecom joined an array of companies from the tech, service, retail, media and real estate sectors asking members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to continue their work on crafting legislation
Fields: Telecom Act Update Could Bring Bipartisanship to Congress
A key architect of the 1996 Telecommunications Act said a move by leaders of the House Energy & Commerce Committee to update the 18-year-old piece of legislation could set the stage for greater
Aereo Case Could Impact Cloud Computing
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a critical argument between broadcasters and Internet start-up Aereo that could have repercussions on retransmission consent and cloud computing.
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