Results tagged "FCC" from Channel Update Blog

Doris Matsui, a Democrat Congresswoman from California, has introduced a bill entitled the Read More

A recent study by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) showed that 80 percent of broadband users in the U.S. don't know the transmission speed of their connect Read More

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said that a just-concluded study it commissioned of some 3,000 U.S. mobile users showed that one in six experienced some l Read More

A recent study on U.S. broadband adoption conducted by the Federal Communications Commission revealed that affordability and lack of online skills inhibit adoption by some 93 million people in the U.S Read More

IT Execs Ask FCC to Keep Internet Open

Lawmakers Threaten Free Internet Plan

Will private greed once again trump the public good under the Bush Administration? It sure will if some  Republicans get their way over the FCC's proposal to auction a section of spectrum in retu Read More

FCC's Free Internet Debate Postponed

FCC Chairman's Kevin Martin's free Internet access proposal won't be discussed at least until Julygiving the wireless carriers who oppose the plan more time to derail it. It seems likely the carriers Read More

FCC Chairman To Congress: Stay Away

Please, don't pass any laws that require me to actually regulate anything, especially the Internet. That's the message FCC Chairman's Kevin Martin appears to be delivering to Co Read More

Internet's Future Up for Debate

The U.S. Senate this week considers an issue of critical importance to ISPs, developers and other channel partners: The future of the Internet.More specifically, S Read More

Can ISPs and P2Ps Coexist?

It's a good idea to develop a set of rights for Web peer-to-peer file sharers, but a proposal put forth by Comcast has generated its share of controversy and shows how tough it is to find co Read More

F.C.C. Chairman Kevin Martin, a true believer in letting big business consolidate however and whenever it pleases, has delivered what history will judge to be one of Read More