And he's the guy who most likely will soon be in charge of rewriting the rules of net neutrality.
Articles tagged "fcc"
Apparently the only thing worse than not being able to use cell phones any time and any place is having to listen to other people's conversations.
Municipal fiber networks rise across the U.S., offering cheaper, locally-sourced gigs.
Maybe it wouldn’t have been as bad 15 years ago, but now we’re so used to interacting all the time that inmates go crazy when they can’t even text their people.
Because our telecommunications systems should be safeguarded against any eventuality—including a future would-be American Mubarak or Gaddafi too?
What we have to watch out for is whether this new guy sides with the telecom giants or not.
It's hardly news that Google has a lot of money.
You might want to double check your WiFi password.
Without fast service, rural communities are starting to grow their own.
I live in the sticks. Like a lot of people that live in the sticks, terrible internet service is my only option: No dial-up, broadband, cable, fiber-optic, or whatever comes after that.
The FCC's plan, which would be the first of its kind in the world, would be a massive leap forward in the Internet age.
The FTC has slapped Google with "a record-breaking $22.5 million fine":http://slatest.slate.com/posts/2012/07/10/google_settles_google_pays_22_5_million_to_settle_charges_over_monitoring_millions_of_safari_users_.html for secretly tracking those who
_It's good to see that Fermilab is still getting some_ h3. ONE: FCC's report on how to improve local journalism in the age of the Webs ("FCC":http://www.fcc.gov/info-needs-communities) h3. Zero: A cheating computer ("Extreme Tech":http://www.ex…