Federal Communications Commission
The TCPA has become the vehicle of choice for ambitious plaintiffs' attorneys.
The agency is in rush to adopt new regulations before Obama's second term ends.
Officials use regulatory tools to achieve policies not reached through democratic channels.
The agency urged the FCC to implement a requirement that would allow it to help enforce privacy...
The Obama administration has provided bupkis in terms of serious analysis.
What happens to FCC privacy enforcement when its two crusaders move on to greener pastures?
Netflix's admission of throttling raises more questions about its net neutrality boosterism.
Republicans can't decide whether federal agencies should be free from White House oversight.
The FCC's set-top proposal is inconsistent with its own conclusions about competitiveness.
Like any business, video providers charge what they can.
Another proposed merger of cable companies has brought out the usual opposition.
They say the agency uses inconsistant definitions for high-speed Internet service.
The progressive senator said the FCC should move swiftly to approve new privacy rules.
Agencies should enforce privacy regulations only when there's evidence of harm to consumers.
But the regulator hasn’t yet voted on the much bigger Charter-Time Warner Cable deal.
The issue of spectrum regulation receives surprisingly little mainstream attention.
Obama backs an FCC plan to open up the cable set-top box market.
Through the Lifeline program, the FCC recognizes broadband access is a tool, not a luxury.
The focus of the lobbying was FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn.
There is a pattern of behavior that should trouble anyone who believes in due process.
Class action lawyers turned a law meant to serve consumers into one that is simply self-serving.
At first glace, the FCC's recent set-top box proposal appears to be pro-consumer, but is it?
What we can learn from how Congress reasserted its legislative authority in 1996.
The firm signed up 89,000 customers for its cable video service.