In today’s Federal Newscast, House Democratic leaders want the investigation into fake comments on Federal Communications Commission rule making expanded to other agencies
Does the repeal of net neutrality open the doors for more efficient high-speed connection? One FCC commissioner seems to think it will.
In today’s Federal Newscast, with the expected adoption of the Restoring Internet Freedom Order by the Federal Communications Commission, it makes an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to make sure internet service providers don’t abuse their new allowances.
Randolph J. May, President, The Free State Foundation, discusses the concept of net neutrality and the current proposal by the Federal Communications Commission to lessen regulations on the internet.
Alan Tilles, communications attorney and partner at Schulman Rogers, joins Federal News Radio to discuss possible changes to FCC under Trump’s pick, Ajit Pai.
The way we consume content has changed and consumers have a variety of options thanks largely to innovation that has occurred over the last decade.
Many expect net neutrality to be at risk, explains Joshua Baca, senior vice president at DDC Public Affairs, under a Republican President and Republican Congress.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski could replace Gary Locke as Secretary of Commerce, sources tell The Hill.
In an emerging battle over regulating Internet access, companies are taking sides.