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MD 14-92, 13-140, 12-201: USTelecom Reply Comments for Regulatory Fee Reform
USTelecom respectfully submits these reply comments in the above-captioned matter.
USTelecom Supports Open Internet; Opposes Title II
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should reject proposals to impose Title II regulation on broadband services, USTelecom said in
Statement on Bill to Amend the Internet Tax Freedom Act
Background: Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R.
USTelecom Calls for Retransmission Consent Reform
The time is ripe to reform outdated retransmission consent rules by removing regulatory preferences favoring broadcasters, USTelecom told the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in recent
Study Affirms Strong U.S. International Broadband Performance
Contrary to those who claim that the U.S.
USTelecom Comments on Competition Policy
It is time to move the communications industry away from the patchwork quilt of regulations that depends “more on a company’s lineage than on today’s marketplace realities,”
State of Broadband 2014
USTelecom President and CEO Walter McCormick offers a current overview of the state of broadband and what’s needed to continue to modernize and maximize our nation’s connectivity.
USTelecom Lauds Bill Prohibiting Title II Regulation of The Internet
Background: Yesterday, Rep.
USTelecom Opposes Title II Internet Regulation
USTelecom was one of 28 signatories on a letter sent May 13 asking the Federal Com
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
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