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FCC Faces Funding Shortfall in Effort to Remove Chinese Tech Giants Huawei, ZTE From Networks

FCC Faces Funding Shortfall in Effort to Remove Chinese Tech Giants Huawei, ZTE From Networks

A US scheme to pay carriers and ISPs to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from their networks is stalled owing to a $3 billion financing gap.

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US Regulators Target Huawei Lab in Broad China Tech Crackdown

US Regulators Target Huawei Lab in Broad China Tech Crackdown

Regulators blocked a Huawei Technologies Co. lab from licensing telecommunications equipment in the United States.

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FCC Penalizes the US’ Largest Wireless Carriers for Sharing User Location Without Consent

FCC Penalizes the US’ Largest Wireless Carriers for Sharing User Location Without Consent

The FCC fined the top US wireless providers over $200 million for sharing consumers' real-time location data without consent.

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New FCC Broadband ‘Nutrition Labels’ for Internet Service Providers Now in Effect

New FCC Broadband ‘Nutrition Labels’ for Internet Service Providers Now in Effect

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) now requires internet service providers (ISPs) to display breakdowns of their plans' speeds and costs in disclosures similar to nutrition labels.

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Amazon, Other Retailers Under Investigation by FCC for Allegedly Selling Prohibited Signal Jammers

The FCC is investigating Amazon and other online retailers for selling and promoting illegal jamming equipment.

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Trump On Wrong Regulatory

The Trump administration is correct in focusing on the pernicious role that federl regulations can play in economic growth.

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Broadband Investment and Telecommunications

Federal Communications Commision imposing new regulations.

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Charter Communication CEO Met FCC Regarding Acquisition of Time Warner Cable

Tom Rutledge has met FCC chairman Tom Wheeler last week to talk the acquisition. As the merger has already been past its late March informal deadline for approval.

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T Mobile CEO’s Apology Appears To Be Tactical Bullying

John Legere has been witnessing a social media riot centering his F bomb blasting during a question- answer session in Twitter on Monday. One of T Mobile’s ‘Binge On’ has reportedly withdrawn itself from the platform. The embattled CEO has been compelled to seek apology but tries to make it conditional. T Mobile is accused of violating net neutrality through throttling by EFF and net neutrality advocates.

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Samsung announces the new Galaxy A9 with 6 inch display

Samsung has announced the new high-end smartphone in the Galaxy A lineup, called the Galaxy A9. The new smartphone was announced this week in the Galaxy A Party event in China after its specifications and design were leaked for several times in the past few weeks.

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FCC denies $3.3B subsidy claim of Dish Network

The Federal Communications Commission announced Monday that Dish Network Corp. can't avail the $3.3 billion credit to acquire the airwaves it gained through a government auction.

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iRobot's robotic lawn mower gets U.S. regulatory approval, brings grass cutting to new heights

It seems like yard work is headed to a greener pasture with the new free-wheeling automated lawn mower made by iRobot Corp Inc, which recently got regulatory approval Wednesday to manufacture and sell their new product.

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FCC Chairman endorses AT&T and DirecTV merger

Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission declared that he's supporting the $48 billion merging of AT&T and DirecTV. Though, the approval from five of his colleagues is still pending.

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T-Mobile and Dish merger talks not supported by major shareholder Deutsche Telekom

The reported T-Mobile US and Dish Network merger talks are not supported by major T-Mobile shareholder Deutsche Telecom.

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FCC looks to crack down on robocalls, robotexts

The top U.S. telecommunications regulator wants to make it harder for telemarketers and other businesses to place unwanted robocalls and text messages under changes to autodialing rules proposed on Wednesday.

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