FCC Bans China Telecom from Operating in the US

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has revoked China Telecom’s authority to operate in the US.

President Biden to Nominate Jessica Rosenworcel to FCC Chair

President Biden is preparing to make his nominations for key positions, including nominating Jessica Rosenworcel as FCC Chair.

FCC Wants New Rules to Combat Spam Robotexts

The FCC is proposing rules that would crack down on spam robotexts, on the heels of similar rules that have targeted spam calls.

FCC Wants to Ban Chinese Drone Maker, Dubbed ‘Huawei on Wings’

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr is calling for a review of Chinese drone maker DJI, saying it is potentially “Huawei on wings.”

FCC Auctioning New Mid-Band 5G Spectrum Auction

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is auctioning off a new round of mid-band spectrum for 5G.

Carriers Must Block Other Carriers Not Listed in FCC Robocall Mitigation Database

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is now requiring phone carriers to block other carriers that have not implemented anti-robocall features.

FCC Investigating If Tenants Are Paying Too Much for Broadband

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating if apartment and office tenants are paying too much for broadband.

T-Mobile Verizon and AT&T Complete STIR/SHAKEN Implementation

T-Mobile and Verizon have both announced they have fully implemented the STIR/SHAKEN protocol to combat scams, meeting the FCC’s deadline.

ISPs Spent $8.2 Million Buying Fake Anti-Net Neutrality Comments

A new report by the New York Attorney General shows the largest US ISPs funded a campaign that resulted in millions of fake comments opposing net neutrality.

T-Mobile Joins FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

T-Mobile has announced it is joining the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, to provide low-cost broadband.