Paypal has come under fire again from federal regulators over its robocall policy.
The commission will vote on the proposal next month.
The Justice Department on Friday released guidelines that would explicitly bar the agency from...
Tom Wheeler said the commission already has a lot on its plate.
Companies should not be punished for actions in good faith that did not cause consumer harm.
The senator says he intends to look into the possibility.
Lawmakers want to open the agency to the public eye after its approval of Internet rules.
The Wall Street Journal reported regulators are close to finishing their review.
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.
In the meeting, Charter said new net neutrality rules would not change its investment.
The commission will vote to allow carriers to use blocking technology on robocallers.
The government spent money on about 1.5 million devices in 2012.
The program helps those who are both deaf and blind use smartphones and laptops.
The warning was made in a description of its investigation procedures.
The CFPB alleges Paypal illegally enrolled customers into its credit payment plans.
They want AT&T to follow net neutrality rules, even if they are struck down.
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.