Christopher Fonzone, who previously worked in the Obama administration, has admitted to conducting legal work on behalf of Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Marilyn Mosby, the top prosecutor in Baltimore, filed a complaint with the FCC because she dislikes a local TV station’s reporting on her.
Consumer watchdogs report that more and more extreme content is making its way into ‘kids’ channels. Technology alone cannot solve the complex problem of monitoring children’s media consumption.
“I don’t think that the government should be in the business of substituting its judgment for programming licensees,” FCC acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said previously.
Americans of all political stripes should hesitate before giving the federal government the power of a parent over a small child.
The FCC on Thursday announced it will be evaluating the interpretation of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and how it is applied.
All the doomsday predictions two years ago for how the FCC’s reduction of ‘net neutrality’ would destroy the internet did not come to pass.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss Google, free speech, and big tech censorship.
“Free Press” filed a petition with the FCC to constrain public access to updates on the federal response to the ongoing public health pandemic.
“I will make sure every home in America has a fiber broadband connection at a price families can afford. That means publicly-owned and operated networks — and no giant ISPs running away with taxpayer dollars,” Warren wrote.
Sounding the alarm on these made up ‘deserts’ does more harm than good. There’s simply no real indication Americans are struggling to find higher education.
Federalizing 5G is infeasible and would severely damage the U.S. telecom and Internet sector, one of the brightest spots in the U.S. economy.
Do you really want ‘all or nothing’ to be your only choice in Internet plans? That’s what you get with so-called ‘net neutrality.’
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai explains his plans to roll back net neutrality and federal regulations.
The history of AT&T shows how the Internet as we know it was born out of rejecting the policies that are the backbone of ‘net neutrality.’
Giving the federal government control of the Internet wouldn’t bring greater freedom—it would enable bureaucrats and lobbyists to run the show.
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