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Chairman Pai hints at FCC revolution

New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has offered a helping hand to telcos at the beginning of his regulatory tenure, but has cast some shadows over net neutrality.

Trump advisor wants to dismantle the FCC

The industry is well aware Trump and the majority of the Republican party are not fans of net neutrality, but could this ultimately lead to the demise of the FCC?

FCC points net neutrality finger at AT&T

The FCC has written to AT&T SVP Robert Quinn to cast a shadow over the telcos plans to offer DirectTV as a zero-rating proposition, citing net neutrality concerns.

US unveils $400 million 5G roadmap

Following the FCC’s decision to free up more than 11 GHz of high frequency spectrum, the US has gone all in on 5G by creating a new government research initiative and more than $400 million of investment.

US backs net neutrality ruling

The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals has hit back at the US telcos industry, ruling in favour of government net neutrality regulations.

US carriers jump on FCC’s 28 GHz 5G hint

After FCC chairman Tom Wheeler hinted at his views on the key bands for 5G last week, carriers in the US have been quick to submit applications for testing in the 28 GHz frequency bands. Both T-Mobile and Verizon have submitted requests for temporary testing authorisation to test technologies, bandwidths and uplink/down ratios for deployment. […]

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Polls

Who is liable for accidents caused by a self-driving car?

  • The driver (39%, 15 Votes)
  • Car manufacturer (37%, 14 Votes)
  • Who ever provides the software (21%, 8 Votes)
  • Supplier of sensors (3%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 38

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