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‘Some of the most sensitive data’: FCC throws $200M in fines at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon for selling customers’ location data

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon were all hit with big fines.

On May 1, 2024 by Marlon Ettinger

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The FCC is finally voting on restoring net neutrality—3 years after Biden took office

The lengthy delay raises questions about the administration’s commitment.

On Apr 3, 2024 by Katherine Huggins

After fake Biden blows up, government immediately cracks down

After AI Biden robocall blows up, government immediately cracks down

AI generated calls aren’t completely banned, but they do require explicit consent to receive them now.

On Feb 8, 2024 by Marlon Ettinger

Woman shares how to get cable and internet for $0

‘You can do this for electric bills also!!’: Woman shares how to get cable and internet for $0

‘I haven’t paid a wifi bill in months/’

On Jan 26, 2024 by Parks Kugle

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Vivek Ramaswamy hit with a lawsuit over ‘annoying’ New Hampshire robocalls

It’s unclear if the suit has any legs.

On Jan 25, 2024 by Marlon Ettinger

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Everyone’s mad the Emergency Alert System test came two minutes early

Despite warning, it still shocked people.

On Oct 4, 2023 by David Covucci

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FCC to officially begin effort to reinstate net neutrality

The process could take some time, however.

On Sep 26, 2023 by Katherine Huggins

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With the FCC finally fully staffed, advocates say the agency ‘can’t afford to waste a single second’ 

‘We’ve waited more than two-and-a-half years to get here.’

On Sep 15, 2023 by Andrew Wyrich

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Senate confirms Anna Gomez—fully staffing Biden’s FCC for the first time

Anna Gomez’s confirmation gives Democrats a 3-2 lead on the FCC panel.

On Sep 7, 2023 by Mikael Thalen

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More than 20 million people have signed up for the FCC’s broadband discount program

There is still a large gap between those who have access to affordable high-speed internet and those who do not.

On Aug 20, 2023 by Andrew Wyrich

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The FCC wants you tell them how much you hate data caps 

The FCC is urging the public to fill out a ‘Data Caps Experience Form.’

On Jun 25, 2023 by Andrew Wyrich

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Biden launches ‘Online for All’ campaign to target 20 million missing out on internet discount

Almost half of eligible Americans aren’t taking advantage of the Affordable Connectivity Program.

On Jun 14, 2023 by Katherine Huggins

Jacob Wohl

FCC officially fines Jacob Wohl $5 million for robocall scheme

If Wohl doesn’t pay, it will be passed along to the Justice Department.

On Jun 6, 2023 by David Covucci

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After blocking a progressive reformer, big telecom seems thrilled Biden’s new FCC pick is a safe choice

It isn’t bold, but it will probably succeed.

On May 23, 2023 by Karl Bode

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17 million households have signed up for the FCC’s affordable broadband program

The agency said it has made ‘a series of enhancements’ to help people sign up for the program.

On Apr 12, 2023 by Andrew Wyrich

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