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WhereverTV, Comcast Patent Suit Moves Ahead

The Middle District Court of Florida ruled that WhereverTV offered enough evidence to put Comcast on notice of claims that it is infringing the ‘431 Patent.

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House Commerce Leaders Demand Facebook Briefing

House Commerce chmn Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Consumer Protection and Commerce subcmte chair Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Tuesday demanding a briefing after a complaint filed with the FTC claimed that personal health information of certain users of the social platform who were participating in “closed” groups may have been exposed.

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Altice USA, Dolan Family Lawsuit Headed to Trial

The Dolan family’s lawsuit against Altice USA is headed to trial.

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NBC News’ Kristen Welker Delivering Keynote at FCC Diversity Symposium

NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker will deliver the keynote address at the FCC’s upcoming symposium on media diversity.

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Comcast Motions to Strike Down beIN Complaint

Comcast is calling foul ball on one of three program carriage complaints filed by beIN Sports with the FCC.

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Pai’s Office Offers Peek Into 2019 Draft Broadband Report

Only FCC commissioners have seen a 2019 draft broadband report, but the chairman’s office released a few stats from the paper on circulation.

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T-Mobile Drops Alternative C-Band Auction Plan at FCC

There’s a new C-Band auction plan at the FCC, with T-Mobile offering up an alternative to the C-Band Alliance pitch.

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Pai Talks Tough Again on Combating Illegal Calls

FCC chmn Ajit Pai reiterated his call Thursday for carriers to meet a 2019 deadline for instituting a new caller ID authentication system to combat robocalls, which he described as the agency’s “top consumer protection priority.”
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