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FCC Prepares to Enact Obama's Net-Neutrality Plan

  The FCC is in the final stages of crafting President Obama's plan for tough net-neutrality rules. The agency approved new wireless 911 location rules, increased its b...

FCC to Redefine 'Broadband'

The FCC will meet today to vote on a higher benchmark for broadband and tougher location rules for wireless 911 calls. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is also likely to face questions...

Thune to Push Communications Law Overhaul

Sen. John Thune will renew his push to rewrite the Communications Act today. The FTC released its report on the security and privacy dangers of the "Internet of Things," but Re...

Will Congress Answer Obama’s Call for Data-Breach Law?

Congress will begin reviewing data-breach legislation with a House subcommittee hearing today. A former White House deputy CTO is joining CTIA as the lobbying group's general c...

Comcast Wants to Keep Charging for Netflix Traffic

  Comcast is hoping to convince the FCC to create a net neutrality exemption allowing it to still charge Netflix. Republicans want to see the FCC's net neutrality order...

How the PTO Is Cracking Down on Lousy Patents

VERIZON IS REALLY SURE TITLE II WOULD BE AWFUL : Last month, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo undercut his company's arguments in Washington by suggesting to investors that Title II ...

A Long Way to a Net-Neutrality Deal

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