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The United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) submits these comments to the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (Department) regarding its proposed implementation of the Was


WASHINGTON, D.C.— USTelecom announced today that Robert Hunt, GVTC vice president-regulatory affairs and business operations, has become chair of the association’s board of directors, r


Background: Today, the Federal Communications Commission announced offers of support for carriers to provide broadband in parts of the country lacking competition, using the $1.8 billion in Con


Background: Today, the House Homeland Security Committee marked up and approved H.R.


On April 6, 2015, AJ Burton (Frontier Communications), Jeff Lanning (CenturyLink), Malena Barzilai (Windstream), Mary Henze (AT&T) and I met with Katie King, Heidi Lankau, and Alexander Minard


Robocalls are annoying and becoming more difficult to control as technologies become increasingly sophisticated.


The letter from the National Association of Attorneys General raises issues regarding the practical and technological challenges that may arise regarding the implementation of certain call-blocking


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


The United States Telecom Association (“USTelecom”) appreciates this opportunity to provide the Committee on Energy and Commerce (“the Committee”) with our views on updating


USTelecom urges Congress to adopt a pro-consumer framework in drafting video reform legislation as part of the #CommActUpdate.