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.

T-Mobile under attack over net neutrality

T-Mobile US has been hitting the headlines for the wrong reasons this week, as the team has come under criticism from consumer group Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Sprint.

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.

India bans sponsored data while US binges-on

India’s telecoms regulatory authority (TRA) has curtailed sponsored data services in the country, while American operators continue to load up on free or otherwise subsidised data services.

US telcos file lawsuit against FCC net neutrality ruling

The FCC’s February net neutrality ruling is turning into the industry’s ongoing soap opera, with news emerging out of the United States that USTelecom, the association representing pretty much all of the country’s telcos, is filing a lawsuit against the FCC. The association claims the regulator’s open Internet order violates federal law.

Apple web-TV service rumoured to launch in autumn

Apple appears set to vie for control of living room entertainment, with rumours circulating from the Wall Street Journal, suggesting talks are ongoing between the consumer tech giant and several US broadcasters over the launch of a web-TV service which could land as early as September.

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