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Maps: Senators Question FCC on Digital Divide, Alleged DDoS Attack

If any phrase could summarize the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation’s FCC oversight hearing, it might be “the map.”

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ACA Supports NCTA on FCC Leased Commercial Access Rules

NCTA - The Internet & Television Association has a friend in ACA when it comes to revisiting and dropping the FCC’s rules on leased commercial access.

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More Support an Appeal of the AT&T-Time Warner Merger

American Antitrust Institute, Consumers Union and Public Knowledge are the latest to join a chorus of voices supporting an appeal of the approval of the AT&T-Time Warner merger.

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ACA Files Amicus Brief on AT&T-Time Warner

The ACA said a district court judge ignored basic economic principles in ruling that the AT&T-Time Warner merger can proceed forward.

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FCC Opens Annual Inquiry on Broadband Development

The FCC opened its annual inquiry on broadband development Friday.

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T-Mobile, Sprint Merger to Bar 5G Spectrum Participation?

The FCC’s Wireless Bureau is seeking comment on T-Mobile and Sprint’s requests for clarification or a waiver to ensure that their agreement to combine won’t bar their independent participation in 5G spectrum in the 28 GHz and 24 Ghz bands.

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Sinclair-Tribune: Does ALJ Go Away? Does Tribune Stay Single?

In its $1bln lawsuit against its would-be acquirer, Tribune claims it warned Sinclair against such sales, saying the broadcaster deliberately disregarded repeated warnings from Tribune and regulators.

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Comcast Wins Another Patent Battle With TiVo

It’s another victory for Comcast in its ongoing patent battle with TiVo.
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