FCC Proposes Emergency Broadband Rules to Assist Low-Income Households

FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has proposed rules to the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP) to assist low-income households.

FCC Establishes Task Force to Address Broadband Access

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established a task force to revamp the agency’s broadband mapping tools.

DOJ Halts Net Neutrality Lawsuit Against California

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn a lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality rules.

SpaceX Now Has Over 10,000 Starlink Internet Customers

SpaceX has crossed a significant milestone, announcing it now has over 10,000 subscribers to its Starlink internet service.

Carriers Go All-In On Mid-Band 5G

The FCC’s mid-band spectrum auction has concluded its initial phase, and the bidding reveals carriers are all-in on mid-band.

FCC Will Investigate East Coast Internet Outage

A large portion of the East Coast, from D.C. to Boston, was hit with an outage Tuesday and the FCC plans to find out why.

On His Way Out, Ajit Pai Warns of China’s Threats to Telecoms

Ajit Pai has stepped down as Federal Communications Commission Chairman, but he had some parting words of warning regarding China.

Charter Ends Petition to Get Government Approval For Data Caps

Charter is ending its petition to get government approvals for imposing broadband data limits on customers.

AT&T Reportedly Wants to Raise $14 Billion For 5G Auction

AT&T is reportedly looking to raise $14 billion to help it buy spectrum in the current auction.

5G Auction Blows Past $76 Billion, Shattering Estimates

The auction for 5G spectrum in the US has shattered estimates, passing $76 billion as of Monday.