Tag: Net Neutrality

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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Mark Kelley Interview

Mark’s history mirrors the wireless industry closely and includes being the CTO of Leap and leading developments at Nextwave and Qualcomm. Today, he is doing some consulting and thinking about new opportunities in the market. With all this history the discussion takes us to in-depth analysis. He blogs about various aspects of the industry and…

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Next Week Guest Hosting

Next week I will be guest hosting Alec Saunders’ Squawkbox. Below is the agenda, but this is a reminder that it’s a conference call / interview. Open to a lot of people in a lot of ways. Your participation is welcome. Agenda for the Week of 7 / 14 – 7/ 17. — Monday July…

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