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Posted In: FCC, Senate
Date: 08.02.2017
Background: The Senate Commerce Committee today voted to advance the nominations of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, former FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel and current General Counsel Brendan Carr. This statement can be attributed to USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter: “Today’s Committee approval is great...
Date: 07.24.2017
It sounds impressive that the Federal Communications Commission has received more than 10 million comments on its Restoring Internet Freedom docket, which is focused on what the agency should do about net neutrality protections for consumers, the innovation community and broadband internet service providers. Thus far the public comments appear...
Posted In: FCC
Date: 07.19.2017
Background: Today, the Senate Commerce Committee held a confirmation hearing for three nominees to serve a new term on the Federal Communications Commission: Chairman Ajit Pai, former Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel and FCC General Counsel Brendan Carr.  This statement can be attributed to USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter: “...
Date: 07.17.2017
Broadband providers have been clear about their support for net neutrality – no blocking, no throttling or unfair traffic discrimination — and for the need for Congress to step in and step up to give the Federal Communications Commission clear, permanent and unambiguous authority to protect consumers and the innovation community. As...
Date: 07.13.2017
Background: The Federal Communications Commission today agreed to consider a second Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on proposals to address any continuing issues with the completion of long-distance phone calls in rural areas. This statement can be attributed to USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter: “All Americans should have...
Date: 07.13.2017
Background: Today, the Federal Communications Commission opened a Notice of Inquiry to solicit information on call authentication frameworks which could help secure phone networks against fraudulent robocalls. This statement can be attributed to USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter: “There are few things more annoying for consumers these...
Date: 07.12.2017
For many of the large, powerful internet companies who have signed on to today’s net neutrality protest, the real issue here is not protecting the open internet, but protecting their bottom lines.    The protest consists mostly of prominently displayed “spinning wheels of doom”—the universally reviled data...
Date: 07.11.2017
Background: Yesterday, USTelecom and other petitioners filed an application for an extension of time to file a Writ of Certiorari with the Supreme Court in regards to the Federal Communications Commission’s 2015 Open Internet Order. This statement can be attributed to USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter: “We asked for a 60-day...

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