Cory Booker and John Hoeven want temporary rules in place until the FAA finishes its regs.
The cars have logged 1.7 million miles over six years.
Note to would-be candidates: Secure those websites early.
Viacom, CBS and others want to keep their business deals secret.
“You are no longer the ‘cable’ industry,” Tom Wheeler said.
The service providers don't want the rules implemented while they're suing over them.
Republicans want more transparency after the agency approved controversial Internet rules.
America's top-tier status in broadband was achieved with a light-touch regulatory approach.
A handful of critics have filed lawsuits against the net neutrality rules.
The bills follow the FCC's approval of net neutrality rules, which Republicans opposed.
Some commissioners called the rules a "paradigm shift."
The real issue is how the FCC proposes to define and enforce net neutrality in the future.
A large portions of the money — $120 million — will go back to consumers.
The committee is gearing up for a June hearing on the subject.
Telecom companies can now request a stay in court.
Bill has a less hostile name than its House counterpart, which names the Koch brothers.
The call came shortly after the Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal fell apart.
Nancy Pelosi and others are pushing for new campaign finance regulations.
The FCC could reject the "designated entity" discounts.
The company allowed retailers to track customer traffic flow in their stores.
The FAA's proposed rules take an overly cautious approach that could stifle innovation.
“We might just be able to stop this deal," Franken wrote in an op-ed.
Advocates on both sides of the issue say the ride-hailing company helps their case.
Four major trade groups have announced challenges to the rules.