Senators urge FCC to preserve neutrality protections for text messages
The commission could reclassify them as an information service on December 12th.
FCC chairman admits Russia meddled in net neutrality debate
Around 500,000 comments were linked to Russian email addresses.
Senators want answers from mobile carriers on video app throttling
The carriers have until December 6th to respond.
FCC gives cities 90 days to process 5G carrier applications
The order also restricts how much they can charge for deployment.
Lawmakers demand answers after Verizon throttled firefighter data
The incident hampered a fire department's response to California wildfires.
FCC vote likely dooms Sinclair-Tribune merger
An order refers the case to a judge, but mergers usually die at that point.
FCC creates hurricane task force to aid recovery in Puerto Rico
Follows the agency's $77 million pledged to fix communications on PR and the Virgin Islands.
FCC waiver helps Jewish community centers ID bomb threats
Those anonymous calls won't be quite so anonymous anymore.
FCC approves first LTE-U devices
It may ease network congestion, allow higher speeds on shared 5GHz WiFi.