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There is concern among congressional lawmakers that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is arbitrarily applying its rules and singling out certain companies or industries for regulation,&nb


The continued difficulty of accessing federal lands adds costs to the deployment of broadband networks, especially in rural areas and tribal lands, CenturyLink’s Regulatory Counsel Jeb Benedi


The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Title II-related regulations are starting to add costs to the industry, Frank Louthan Managing Director of Equity Research at Raymond James Finan


Companies and government agencies need to work together to make sure that commerce can thrive in the Internet ecosystem, said Alan Davidson, director of digital economy at the Commerce Department w


Removing barriers to investment is a concrete action the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) can take to accelerate broadband deployment, USTelecom said in


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


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.


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


In a letter sent to Senate leaders today, USTelecom along with CTIA and NCTA urged the chamber to pass S.