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FCC comment malfeasance
Some details on a mess with telcos forging FCC comments and FCC apparently covering for them
fcc  politics  netneutrality  fraud  comcast  verizon 
3 days ago by nelson
AT&T, Verizon, FCC and the rest: These charts show who controls the nation’s licensed millimeter-wave spectrum | FierceWireless, July 2017
"Based on new charts from Allnet Insights & Analytics, it’s clear that AT&T and Verizon are poised to control a significant chunk of the nation’s available, licensed millimeter-wave spectrum. This is important because these spectrum bands are expected to form a significant chunk of future 5G services"
FierceWireless  millimeter-wave  FCC  AT&T  Verizon 
6 days ago by pierredv
Five Creepy Things Your ISP Could Do if Congress Repeals the FCC’s Privacy Protections
Why are we so worried about Congress repealing the FCC’s privacy rules for ISPs? Because we’ve seen ISPs do some disturbing things in the past to invade their users’ privacy. Here are five examples of creepy practices that could make a resurgence if we don’t stop Congress now.
FCC  data  ISP  privacy  from pocket
9 days ago by aldolat
The internet is fucked (again) - The Verge
Why does this keep happening?
FCC chairman Ajit Pai is fond of saying that “the internet was not broken in 2015” when he argues for repeal of our nation’s net neutrality rules. This is particularly funny to me, because in 2014 I literally wrote an article called “The internet is fucked.”
Why was it fucked? Because the free and open internet was in danger of becoming tightly controlled by giant telecom corporations that were already doing things like blocking apps and services from phones and excusing their own services from data caps. Because the lack of competition in the internet access market let these companies act like predatory monopolies. And because our government lacked the will or clarity to just say what everyone already knows: internet access is a utility.
net_neutrality  gov2.0  politics  fcc  broadband  ISP  internet 
9 days ago by rgl7194
Daring Fireball: The Internet Is Fucked (Again)
Nilay Patel, writing for The Verge:
Most of these things are still true, even after the Obama-era FCC under Chairman Tom Wheeler reclassified internet access as a Title II telecommunications service and imposed strict net neutrality rules on wired and wireless internet providers. And most of these things will get even worse when Pai pushes through his plan to rescind Title II and those rules, despite widespread public outcry.
The lack of competition in the broadband access market is so acute that it doesn’t matter if Comcast is still the most-hated company in America, or that Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable) has the worst customer service: you don’t have a choice, so you just have to pay them anyway. Consumers and tech publications can review and argue and debate the merits of products from Apple, Google, and Microsoft, but you just have to take what you get from your ISP.
net_neutrality  gov2.0  politics  fcc  broadband  ISP  daring_fireball 
9 days ago by rgl7194
Nilay Patel on Net Neutrality — MacSparky
Nilay Patel at the Verge brings us up to date on the Net Neutrality issue. I've tried to understand how removing Net Neutrality helps consumers and I honestly just can't see it. Net Neutrality has served us well and allowed many great ideas grow into great companies.
net_neutrality  gov2.0  politics  fcc  broadband  ISP 
9 days ago by rgl7194
Join the Battle for Net Neutrality
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FCC  from twitter
11 days ago by harper
Bots Go to Washington | RealClearPolicy Jul 2017
The Federal Communications Commission has unwittingly provided the world with a database of 5 million names, locations, and email addresses of people who care about a particular policy issue: net neutrality. If there is one saving grace to the FCC’s public disclosure problem, it’s that its system is so bad that it’s hard to know which comments are real and which are machine-generated. 
FCC  cybersecurity  Sarah-Oh 
15 days ago by pierredv
Phantom 4 Pro Test Report - RDG170329005C-A1_15.407 Wifi Report SZ DJI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD
Phantom 4 Pro Test Report details for FCC ID SS3-WM331A1704 made by SZ DJI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. Document Includes Test Report Microsoft Word - RDG170329005C-A1_15.407 Wifi Report.
FCC  dji 
21 days ago by sentar

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