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US Congress asks Pai why he keeps ignoring its letters

The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, one of the illustrious commissions of the US Congress, has written to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai asking why he is continuing to ignore communications from elected representatives.

Samsung and Verizon edge into the lead in 5G race

Samsung’s 5G home router has been the first to win approval from the FCC, edging itself and Verizon into the lead, as the telco pushes forward with plans to launch commercial 5G services in late 2018.

FCC’s Pai suggests new bans on nasty foreigners

New proposals from FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to further protect the US people from those nasty foreigners, suggesting a ban on equipment or services from companies that pose a national security threat to the US.

FCC kicks off rural broadband auction

The FCC has giving the greenlight for the Connect America Fund Phase II reverse auction, with the window for applications ending on March 30.

AT&T gets green light from fractious FCC for FiberTower

AT&T executives will be in a good mood this morning after getting the green light from the FCC to acquire FiberTower but Chairperson Ajit Pai has angered Commissioner Mignon Clyburn by not granting a vote on the matter.

Let the net neutrality lawsuits begin

Three weeks after the vote, the FCC has finally released the final net neutrality repeal order to the public. What we can expect now is a lot of PR posturing and lawsuits.

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