Saturday, August 17, 2019

Tag: FCC

Congress Just Voted to Revoke Your Internet...

U.S. lawmakers voted on Tuesday, March 28, to eliminate Internet privacy protections, giving Internet service providers (ISPs) the green light to sell consumers' web...

FCC Approves $1.5B Subsidy for Affordable Internet...

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission approved a monthly broadband subsidy that hopes to bridge the digital divide and provide affordable Internet access to...

Poor Blacks Still Afflicted By Digital Divide,...

http://atlantablackstar.com/wp-admin/index.php Being plugged into the internet is vital in the 21st Century, but for those who need it most — whether for doing homework or...

FCC Begins Investigation Into Consumers’ Internet Speeds

The Federal Communications Commission has opened an investigation into recent deals where entertainment companies like Netflix have agreed to pay Internet service providers like...

With No ‘Net Neutrality’ Your Service Provider...

An appeals court throws out the FCC's "net neutrality" rules on Internet traffic. The ruling could raise Internet service fees and stifle innovation, some say. A...

FCC Eyes Prison Pay-Phone Rules to Protect...

A set of rules proposed by the Federal Communications Commission could lower pay-phone rates for prisoners who are subject to extreme fees while trying...