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-- The FCC faces off with public safety officials over wireless broadband spectrum, reports the NYT.

-- AT&T says it will reconsider spending on U-Verse if the FCC regulates broadband under some Title II rules, according to the WSJ. But is AT&T serious, or is it just adding more pressure on the FCC to drop net neutrality? More commentary here.

-- NBC Universal and Comcast had to give the FCC very detailed information about their partnership. Too bad it's all blacked out.

-- Meanwhile, Bloomberg LP has asked for an extension on the comment deadline regarding the Comcast-NBC Universal deal.

-- Will the FCC investigate Google's collection of information over wi-fi?

By Jia Lynn Yang  |  June 16, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
 
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