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Open Internet Regulation Faces Challenges

Open Internet Regulation Faces Challenges

Legislative and judicial challenges seek to block the FCC’s new rules on net neutrality.

Administrative Constitutionalism and Administrative Power

Administrative Constitutionalism and Administrative Power

New book raises the question of when bureaucratic constitutional interpretation is desirable and sustainable.

Can 911 Find You?

Can 911 Find You?

FCC issues final rule increasing 911 operators’ ability to locate wireless 911 callers.

Broadband Competition is the Internet’s “North Star”

Broadband Competition is the Internet’s “North Star”

FCC Chair emphasizes need for increased consumer choice in the years to come.

Should the FCC Regulate Internet Interconnection?

Should the FCC Regulate Internet Interconnection?

Regulation is not the answer to interconnection concerns.

Week in Review

Week in Review

Obama proposes a new budget, the House voted to constrain the EPA’s climate rules, and more…

FCC, FTC Merger Necessary to Modernize Communications Regulation, Comment Suggests

FCC, FTC Merger Necessary to Modernize Communications Regulation, Comment Suggests

FCC’s largely duplicative functions should be redeployed to other agencies, says think tank.

Agency Seeks to Enhance Reliability of Emergency Phone Calls

Agency Seeks to Enhance Reliability of Emergency Phone Calls

FCC proposal aims to enhance cellular communication during emergencies.

FCC Loosens Restrictions on Foreign Investments in Broadcast Media

FCC Loosens Restrictions on Foreign Investments in Broadcast Media

A larger pool of investors may boost diversity in television and radio station ownership.

FCC Rules on Robocalls Go Into Effect

FCC Rules on Robocalls Go Into Effect

New regulations to protect consumers from telemarketers’ automatic calls.

Check Your Phone Bill: Are you Being “Crammed”?

Check Your Phone Bill: Are you Being “Crammed”?

FCC proposes rule designed to identify and prevent unauthorized phone charges.

Week in Review

Week in Review

GAO report finds USDA needs better data on certain procedures, OSHA publishes proposed silica rule, and more…