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CableLabs Claims Buckeye Breached Contract

A membership dispute has found its way to federal court, with CableLabs suing Block Communications -owned Buckeye Broadband over delinquent dues.

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Net Neutrality CRA Fails to Gain Enough Support by Deadline

The net neutrality CRA is dead for now as supporters failed to obtain the required number of signatures for a vote by the Dec 10 deadline.

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Small Business Survey Shows Decline in Conditions

CNBC and SurveyMonkey released the results of their small business survey, with those who said conditions for businesses are currently “good” fell from 58% to 55%.

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Retrans Plan: NAB, NCTA Reach Election Selection Compromise

FCC chmn Ajit Pai’s efforts to modernize media regulations include a push to revise how broadcast stations provide cable ops notice of their must carry or retrans consent elections

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FCC: Dems Call for Texts to be Classified as Telecom Service

Sen Ed Markey (D-MA) led a group of nine Democratic senators in calling on the FCC to classify text messages as a telecommunications service.

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FTC Criticized For Not Doing More on Digital Ad Fraud

Sen Mark Warner (D-VA) is pushing the FTC to do more to protect Americans from digital ad fraud.

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Halprin Replacing Sippel as FCC ALJ

Long-time FCC administrative law judge Richard Sippel retired earlier this month after 32 years in the post.

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Oral Arguments Set to Begin in AT&T-Time Warner

The start of oral arguments in the DOJ’s attempt to block AT&T - Time Warner is nearly here, but the two parties won’t be the only ones going before the DC Circuit Court of Appeals Thursday.
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