Senators demand investigation into carrier location-selling scandal
They also want the FCC and FTC to force carriers to tell customers if and how their data was shared.
Ajit Pai refused to discuss carrier tracking scandal with lawmakers
The FCC chairman used government shutdown as an excuse, even though he wasn't furloughed.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai cancels CES appearance
The FCC suspended most of its operations due to the government shutdown.
FCC believes mobile carriers may have lied about coverage
The commission is investigating before awarding subsidies for rural expansion.
FCC chairman admits Russia meddled in net neutrality debate
Around 500,000 comments were linked to Russian email addresses.
FCC proposal would limit robocalls to reassigned phone numbers
Another effort would explicitly allow carriers to block likely spam texts.
FCC pushes carriers to implement caller ID authentication by 2019
The agency expects the technology to put an end to caller ID spoofing.
California delays net neutrality law while federal lawsuit plays out
The state will wait until a challenge to the FCC’s rules is wrapped up.
CA governor signs net neutrality bill into law, Justice Department sues
The current FCC chairman has claimed this bill is 'illegal.'