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The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday afternoon released the text of its net neutrality order. We're still poring over the document, and on a first read there are no big surprises. Rules that prohibit the blocking or discrimination of traffic...
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission issued a draft order approving Comcast's proposed merger with NBC Universal on Thursday, putting the deal up for vote before the agency's other members.
The Federal Communications Commission has announced it will issue an order today on the proposed Comcast-NBC merger. The order will have merger conditions for the FCC's five members to consider before voting. For an idea of what those conditions may...
The Circuit: Skype still down, possible FCC steps on merger, American politics goes mobile.
Andrew McLaughlin, the nation's deputy chief technology officer, said Wednesday he is resigning his post to launch two start-ups aimed at technology development in communities in the United States and abroad. McLaughlin, who previously worked as a Google executive, oversaw...
update 6:00 p.m.: with analyst's comments on online video conditions Federal regulators are expected to continue their reviews of Comcast's proposed merger with NBC Universal into next year, dashing the companies' hopes that the deal would be tied up more...
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union, William Kennard, responded to an E.U. official's comments that the United States is not interested in talking about data protection.
LEADING THE DAY: Everyone's weighing in on the Federal Communications Commission's vote to approve net neutrality rules on Tuesday. While President Obama and others hailed the move as an important step in preserving open access, the criticism started flowing almost...
From the paper today: By Cecilia Kang Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, December 22, 2010; 12:47 AM New Internet access rules approved by federal regulators on Tuesday prohibit network operators from meddling with Web traffic into American homes but do...
Your Browser DoesNot Support IFrames. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was at the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday for what he called a historic vote to protect Internet users. He said that the net-neutrality rules approved by the FCC were a...
The FCC has passed its first ever net neutrality rules. The same provisions do not apply as strongly to cellphone users because the agency voted to keep wireless networks generally free of rules preventing the blocking and slowing of Web traffic. The FCC's three Democratic members made up a majority of votes in favor of the so-called net neutrality regulation, which was introduced more than a year ago by FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski.
| December 21, 2010; 1:07 PM ET |
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LEADING THE DAY: The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote Tuesday on its net neutrality proposal. The rules are expected to pass, as a majority of members have said they plan to vote in favor of the measure. The...
| December 21, 2010; 7:57 AM ET |
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FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski now has the votes he needs to get his proposed net neutrality regulations passed.
Former FCC chief counsel places bets on net neutrality success
AT&T announced its intentions to buy the spectrum that Qualcomm had reserved for its Flo TV service for $1.925 billion on Monday.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski released excerpts of prepared remarks in advance of the agency's vote on net-neutrality rules set for Tuesday. In the remarks, Genachowski talks about how his proposal falls in the middle of a contentious debate...
Tech news from over the weekend: prepping for the FCC net neutrality vote, delays for Google TV, AT&T bill shock hits an Army PFC and more.