In the wake of Hurricane Sandy cable has not only worked to restore services and donated millions of dollars, but many employees are lending their hands to relief efforts. And the need is still there. Time Warner Cable continues to provide mobile power stations, cable employees continue to help New Yorkers in need and the FCC makes plans for field hearings to address the nation’s communications networks.

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Senate Moves One Step Closer to Big Tech Regulation

Competition in Big Tech and beyond took center stage in Washington Thursday with Senate Judiciary voting 16-6 to advance the American Innovation and Choice Online Act to the full Senate.

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