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A new law aims to make prison calls affordable. The FCC must decide what that means.
The agency has more authority to regulate the cost of those calls, which could mean significant savings for families of the incarcerated.
Schools call on FCC for cybersecurity funding
School districts big and small are increasingly popular targets for ransomware attacks.
Telecoms set to launch new 5G spectrum over FAA objections
In November, a warning from the Federal Aviation Administration about safety concerns led to AT&T and Verizon postponing the launch.
Airlines, telecom clash over new 5G spectrum
AT&T and Verizon spent tens of billions to get the latest 5G technology up and running. But airlines say it could impact plane safety.
"Civil society is much more fragile than I think Americans appreciate," says outgoing FCC Chair Ajit Pai
Pai says Congress needs to legislate rules so that agency regulations, like net neutrality, don't swing with the leader's political affiliation.
Mobile, media giants submit record bids as 5G spectrum auction tops $78 billion
Mid-band frequencies are often described as the Goldilocks range of the spectrum, where 5G signals fly fast and far.
Change in FCC leadership may renew net neutrality battle
Ajit Pai's departure could lead to a Democratic majority on the commission and is expected to spark new policy fights.
Trump to target Twitter, social media bias with new executive order
Trump is to order a review of the law that excuses social media platforms from liability for what users post.
FCC set to fine big telecom companies for selling location data. Is $200 million enough?
Two hundred million dollars sounds like a lot of cash, but it's just a drop in the bucket for many multinationals companies.
5G could change the world. 5G is also marketing hype.
This week, T-Mobile rolled out its “5G” service nationwide. But instead of a revolutionary change in data speeds, it’ll boost downloads by an average of 20%.