The NY Attorney General sent a letter Mon threatening legal action against Comcast if it didn’t sign within 5 days his code of conduct regarding Web sites that distribute child porn. "We appreciate the hard work by Attorney General [ Andrew ] Cuomo —and his Attorney General colleagues—on the pressing issue of child pornography on the Internet, " Comcast said in a statement, noting its participation last week in an industrywide agreement to fight child pornography and adding that "we expect to become a signatory to his agreement as well." Cuomo has said he thinks the cable industry effort falls "well short" of NY’s code of conduct. Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, AOL and Sprint have agreed to his pact.

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Senate Approves Rosenworcel to Chair FCC

No more questions over whether Jessica Rosenworcel will have to leave the FCC when her current term expires at the end of the year.

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