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nbetolli
3 weeks ago

Verizon got hit with a $7.4 million dollar fine by the FCC for failing to tell customers that they could “opt out” of having the company use their personal...

Tags: FCC, fines, privacy, verizon |
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mandril
6 weeks ago

When is the deadline for making a public comment to the FCC in support of net neutrality?

owen
6 weeks ago

Verizon and the FCC are having a bit of a spat over Verizon’s practice of throttling “unlimited data” customers when they go past a certain amount of data....

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delia25
7 weeks ago

The FCC is looking at new regulations that will govern what ISPs actually have to offer in order to legally call it broadband or high-speed internet. At the...

MGaluzzi
9 weeks ago

Due to recent court decisions, the FCC is limited in the oversight and restrictions it can impose on ISPs. It has been argued that the only way the FCC can...

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PapaRiver
11 weeks ago

Amazon has been fighting with the FCC over regulations to limit the ability of kids to make in app purchases. Other than the obvious answer, to wit, don’t...

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MGaluzzi
15 weeks ago

I’m very concerned that the FCC is going to create a two tiered system where we have a slow internet for companies that don’t pay ISPs extra and a fast one...

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Number6
19 weeks ago
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One of the reasons that previous net neutrality regulations were struck down by a Federal Court was that ISPs were not treated as utility companies or...

stephenb
19 weeks ago

It seems that public opposition to the creation of a two tiered internet, where wealthy businesses can pay ISPs to receive faster, priority treatment over...

nbetolli
21 weeks ago

There is a lot of talk about the FCC and net neutrality lately, but they skip over what it really is. Precisely what do they mean by the term net neutrality...

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