Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
FCC urged to probe impact of broadband data caps
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair Jessica Rosenworcel (pictured) sought backing for a formal notice of inquiry into whether data caps imposed by broadband providers hamper consumers’ access to services or otherwise harm competition.
US President moves to fill vacant FCC post
US President Joe Biden nominated former National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) executive Anna Gomez as the fifth commissioner at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), potentially ending a lengthy wait for the group to return to full strength.
FCC reserves parts of 12GHz for satellites
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted rules to preserve spectrum in the 12. 2GHz to 12. 7GHz band for current and future satellite services, but refused to authorise two-way terrestrial mobile services on the same band.
FCC chair seeks non-domestic licence reviews
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair Jessica Rosenworcel (pictured) proposed rules covering reviews of non-domestic companies providing telecoms services in the US to mitigate potential national security threats.
FCC advances satellite-to-phone regulation plan
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) moved ahead with plans to propose a regulatory framework covering satellite-to-phone offerings, seeking to tap growing availability of such services to tackle coverage gaps.
US seeks spectrum for competition boost
The US National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) began a process of identifying at least 1,500MHz of spectrum for potential new use cases, the first step in a strategy the government believes will spur fresh competition and innovation.
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