Today the Federal Communications Commission granted relief for 10 of the 17 categories of outdated rules that USTelecom asked the commission last February to eliminate.
On May 14, 2013 the House passed H.R. 1850, a bipartisan bill which affirms that the policy of the United States on Internet governance is to preserve and advance the multi-stakeholder model.
Named Acting Chairwoman of Federal Communications Commission
Today the White House announced that President Obama has nominated Tom Wheeler to be chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
Will Help Bring Broadband to High-Cost Rural Areas
We welcome the bipartisan passage of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, a bill that takes an important step forward in helping us better protect our customer’s data and our networks.
Today Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski announced plans to step down from his post in coming weeks.
Today Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell announced he is stepping down from his post after nearly seven years of service.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals today issued a unanimous decision upholding all aspects of the April 2011 order of the Federal Communications Commission establishing a new regulatory regime for attachments to utility poles.
“Security of cyberspace is a pressing national imperative, and today’s Executive Order takes some important steps toward achieving policy goals that will help protect our nation from harmful threats"