Tag: FCC

Business Alerts by Chrissie Cluney

The UK to Borrow for its High Speed Broadband The UK government will be borrowing to try to encourage investment in high-speed fiber broadband networks and 5G technology. The government is said to be spending over £1BN (in the United States that’s 1 billion dollars) by 2020-2021 to continue to build the country’s digital infrastructure.…

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President-elect Trump Appoints Two New People to FCC

By Chrissie Cluney, Contributing Editor President-elect Trump has appointed two anti-Net Neutrality opponents to his transition team. Their task will be overseeing his FCC and telecommunications policy agenda. Jeff Eisenach, one of the two newly appointed advisers, is an economist who has previously worked as a consultant for Verizon. In 2014, Eisenach testified before a…

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Net Neutrality – Careful what you ask for!

As a long-standing tree hugger I subscribe to CREDO, an organization that helps me stay current with issues related to my interests and that helps me take action to influence decision-makers. CREDO sent me an e-mail asking me to take action to tell the FCC to stop delaying and enact strong net neutrality provisions ASAP.…

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The Problem with the Embarq Petition

Aswath, Thank you for looking at what I sent you.  I must apologize for not making things clear.  I will ask you to revisit the Freedom2speak website. The FCC has several petitions and actions going on simultaneously and it’s easy to lump them all together, but they deal with different aspects of what it means…

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Freedom2Speak.org Launched

Jim Kohlenberger has shared this information with me.  Included in this site which highlights the innovation of VoIP is the ability to petition to keep VoIP as an enhanced service. With the FCC poised to vote November 4th on a key decision that will impact the future of Internet communication, today VoIP leaders are launching…

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