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The Supreme Court's decision that states can require online retailers to collect and remit state sales taxes from sales to state residents, even when those... [Read More]
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The New York State Supreme Court's appellate division has cleared the way for the state to continue pursuing a lawsuit against Charter Communications over broadband... [Read More]
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The FCC is tentatively proposing to eliminate a number of children's TV rules, and seeks comment on changing others, tentatively concluding that educational and informational... [Read More]
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MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett says that AT&T-Time Warner's court victory should not be seen as a green light for vertical mergers (ones combining distribution with... [Read More]
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The Communications Workers of America, National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians-CWA, the NewsGuild-CWA, and the Parents Television Council have all filed petitions with the... [Read More]
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Despite recent buzz that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai would be scheduling a vote at the July 12 public meeting on a proposal related to the... [Read More]
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The Federal Trade Commission will conduct a series of hearings on antitrust enforcement with an eye toward changing its approach, including toughening up merger enforcement... [Read More]
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House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi has put in a plug for California legislation restoring the network neutrality rules that were eliminated last week.That came in... [Read More]
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Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said Tuesday (June 19) that he is preparing to introduce a privacy "bill of rights." Related: Senators Push Companies to Adopt... [Read More]
T-Mobile has asked the FCC to declare that it would be OK for Netherlands-based T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telecom to have up to 100% of indirect... [Read More]
The National Hispanic Media Coalition has weighed in on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's detention of close to 2,000 Latino children separated from parents... [Read More]
T-Mobile and Sprint have filed with the FCC for approval of their proposed merger, and promised in their public interest statement that the deal would... [Read More]
The Senate has voted both to exclude ZTE tech from government contracts, and additionally to restore trade sanctions on the Chinese telecom that President Donald... [Read More]
NCTA-The Internet & Television Association has modified its request for relief from the quarterly video-described programming requirement mandated in the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video... [Read More]
Two California Democratic state senators have linked their net neutrality bills in advance of a hearing on the bills this week in the Assembly's Communications... [Read More]
NAB, NCTA, ACA, NPR defend their distribution "backbone" [Read More]
FCC chairman Ajit Pai's office says he is off on a four-state road trip this week to highlight the impact of high-speed broadband on jobs... [Read More]
Broadcasters and cable operators are on the same page when it comes to the FCC doing lots more looking before leaping into expanding terrestrial wireless... [Read More]
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