regulatory reform

In announcing the move to utility-style regulation for broadband providers, Federal Communication
An upcoming vote by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will determine whether Internet service providers will be reclassified as Title II common carriers to implement Chairman Tom Wheeler&
Background: Today, Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) introduced the Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act.
Robocalls are annoying and becoming more difficult to control as technologies become increasingly sophisticated.
USTelecom and NTCA outlined in a white paper a variety of legal arguments and case law explaining why the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not have the authority to preempt a state&rsqu
USTelecom urges Congress to adopt a pro-consumer framework in drafting video reform legislation as part of the #CommActUpdate.
The United States Telecom Association (“USTelecom”) appreciates this opportunity to provide the Committee on Energy and Commerce (“the Committee”) with our views on updating
Background:  Today, President Obama announced plans to promote more public financing of government-owned broadband networks in municipalities, as part of an expanded federal role
Broadband Internet access providers (BIAs) have every reason to be concerned if they are reclassified as common carriers by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Title II of the 1996 Te
USTelecom seeks to modernize rules and regulations to facilitate the transition to next-generation service and networks.The regulations at issue in the Petition pre-date  many major technology