FCC May Fine Fox for Illegally Using Emergency Broadcast Tones

In a “what were they thinking?” moment, Fox is facing fines for using Emergency Alert Tones (EAS) to promote NFL Sunday.

FCC Sends Cease & Desists to More Providers Over Robocalls

The Federal Communications Commission’s war on robocallers continues, with the agency sending cease & desists to more providers.

FCC Takes Aim at ‘Egregious Prison Calling Rates’

The Federal Communications Commission is taking aim at companies that provide calling services for prison inmates.

Airline Industry Wants an Extension on 5G Mitigation Efforts

The US airline industry wants an extension on an impending deadline, saying it has not been able to retrofit all aircraft with 5G mitigation measures.

FCC Commissioner Renews Calls for TikTok Ban

Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr has renewed calls for a ban on TikTok over data privacy concerns.

Aviation Advocates and Wireless Carriers Gear Up for Next 5G Fight

After a bruising fight between carriers and the aviation industry over 5G, an aviation coalition has laid the groundwork for the next round.

FCC Cracks Down on Carriers That Have Failed to Fight Robocalls

The FCC is getting serious about fighting robocalls, requiring other carriers to block calls from non-compliant ones.

The FCC Finally Has Accurate Broadband Maps

The Federal Communications Commission has achieved its first milestone toward collecting accurate data regarding broadband in the US.

T-Mobile Is the Big Winner of the FCC’s Latest Spectrum Auction

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has concluded another spectrum auction, and T-Mobile was the hands-down winner.

FCC Targets Auto Warranty Robocall Scams

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is targeting auto warranty scam calls, ordering carriers to block them.

Huawei and ZTE Equipment Removal Will Cost Billions More

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has informed lawmakers that removing equipment from Huawei and ZTE will cost billions more than anticipated.

FCC Chairwoman Wants to Significantly Raise US Broadband Minimums

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel wants to significantly raise US broadband minimums with gigabit speeds as the long-term goal.

Dish Network Fires Back at SpaceX ‘Misinformation Campaign’ on 12GHz 5G

Dish Network has helped publish a lengthy response to what it calls a “misinformation campaign” by SpaceX regarding Dish’s plans to use 12GHz spectrum for 5G.

Nearly 100,000 Starlink Users Petition FCC to Block Dish’s 12GHz 5G

Starlink’s objections to Dish Network’s 5G plans have received a major boost, with nearly 100,000 users petitioning the FCC in support of Starlink.

US Lawmakers Want the FTC to Investigate TikTok’s Data Handling

TikTok continues to face pressure over its latest privacy faux pas, with two US senators asking the FTC to investigate the company.

FCC Commissioner Asks Apple and Google to Remove TikTok From Their Stores

FCC Commission Brendan Carr has penned a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai asking them to ban TikTok.

SpaceX Says Dish Network’s 5G Aspirations Could Render Starlink Internet ‘Unusable’

SpaceX has published an analysis raising alarms over Dish Network’s 5G network rollout, saying it will severely impact its own Starlink internet service.

Verizon and AT&T Agree to Further 5G Delays Over Aircraft Concerns

Verizon and AT&T have once again agreed to delay their 5G rollout, pushing back some deployments as far as mid-2023.

Kaspersky Lab Labeled ‘a Threat to National Security’

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has labeled Kaspersky Lab “a threat to national security,” a first for a Russian firm.

FCC Bans Pacific Networks And ComNet Over Espionage Concerns

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has banned two more telecom companies from China from operating in the US.