Bringing high-speed internet access to more of rural America is a policy goal that’s popular among Republicans and Democrats alike.
Well more than 1 million public comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s effort to roll back Obama-era net neutrality rules came from fake email addresses outside the U.S., according to a conservative-leaning think tank’s forensic analysis released July 17.
The Federal Communications Commission July 13 proposed new rules to cut down on the unofficial switching of phone subscribers to new carriers, as well as unauthorized charges on consumers’ phone bills.
The Federal Communications Commission would be required to identify whether rural areas have access to high-speed mobile broadband under legislation introduced June 15.
Three state attorneys general have asked the Federal Communications Commission to put a stop to telemarketers’ ringless robocall messages.