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5G networks could pose a cybersecurity risk. So who's in charge of making sure they don't?

by Molly Wood Jan 31, 2019
And what role should the Federal Communications Commission have?
"If cybersecurity is one of the principal challenges that will define the remainder of the 21st century, then let's have a Manhattan Project to make sure we've got that security," says former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.
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5G wireless without China

by Scott Tong Jan 7, 2019
Washington regulators are debating a ban on Chinese telecom hardwire, but rural America may pay the price.
The FCC is considering a ban on Chinese telecom hardware like that made by telecom giant ZTE.
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Who's going to pay for 5G?

by Kimberly Adams Sep 26, 2018
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking to limit the municipal fees that wireless companies must pay to install their new 5G antennas.
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Net neutrality is gone, so now what for consumers?

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 14, 2017
The FCC vote lifts many restrictions on internet service providers.

Is it worth commenting on a federal rule?

by Marielle Segarra Nov 22, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission is planning to repeal rules on net neutrality that say internet providers can’t choose to load some websites faster than others. But before the agency could make that announcement, it had to go through what’s called…

FCC targets net neutrality

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Nov 21, 2017
The next target of the Trump administration’s regulatory rollback appears to be net neutrality. The Obama-era rule that says all internet traffic has to be treated equally. The Federal Communications Commission is expected to release a new net neutrality rule…
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Can a free market solve the digital divide?

by Molly Wood Sep 12, 2017
FCC chairman Ajit Pai believes fewer regulations and more competition will lead to broadband expansion.
Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit Pai participates in a discussion at The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in May in Washington, DC. 
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Outgoing FCC Chair Tom Wheeler on the future of telecom regulation

by Molly Wood Jan 23, 2017
The former FCC chair talks telecom policy, access and data under President Donald Trump.
Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Tom Wheeler speaks during his keynote conference at the Mobile World Congress back in 2015.
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