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Verizon’s data throttling of a fire department in California only reignited the fight over Title II and net neutrality. Amidst the drama, voices across cable took a moment to honor the life of the late Sen. John McCain.

Verizon’s misstep with a fire department in California seems to only have added fuel to the Title II fire, even after the company issued an apology and cut its speed cap restrictions for first responders. Read More »

Charter has until Oct 9 to submit its plan to exit the state of NY, with the state Public Service Commission agreeing to push the deadline back two weeks from Sept 25. Read More »

Comcast and Big Ten Network resolved their ongoing carriage dispute on Saturday, ensuring football fans will still be able to watch their favorite teams on BTN and FS1. Read More »

The late John McCain wasn’t always a fan of cable, but the differences in opinions over the years didn’t stem the condolences following his passing. Read More »

A fact sheet on the US and Mexico’s new NAFTA deal says it extends “the minimum copyright term to 75 years for works like song performances and ensure that works such as digital music, movies, and books can be protected through current technologies such as technological protection measures and rights management information.” Read More »

Steve Effros talks the FCC's recent DDoS conundrums and how one hearing shook Washington last week. Read More »

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