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The FCC’s reclassification of broadband Internet access as a Title II common carriage service is a seismic departure from the status quo that has prevailed for more than two decades.
Technology is unleashing new potential to pioneer innovations that not only add value to consumers' lives, but also help solve complex problems around the globe.
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
New data shows telecom and cable companies are gaining an increasing share of the home security market.
This case concerns the attempt, by a sharply divided FCC, to assert unprecedented regulatory power over the Internet.
With the ever-increasing use of the Internet in today’s world, digital literacy skills are becoming even more important across all age groups. For U.S.
The impressive evolution and adoption of the Internet in the U.S. — from networks and devices to applications and content — occurred in a light-touch regulatory environment.
ETNO, the association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, and USTelecom, America’s leading trade association representing telecom service providers and suppliers, today cal