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FCC considers $13.4M fine against Sinclair Group passing off advertising as...

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is mulling over a $13.4 million fine against Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. for not identifying paid programming as such.Sinclair, according...

Republican plan to restore net neutrality met with rabid skepticism

“Why in God’s name would anyone agree to something now?" said Gigi Sohn, a Democratic FCC aide who help craft the net neutrality rules...

GOP tax plan’s first tangible effect on the public – $1000...

The GOP's controversial tax plan may have already seen its first tangible positive effect on the public, with AT&T and Comcast announcing that the...

FCC kills net neutrality, supporters vow revival through legal means

After the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just killed Obama-era net neutrality rules, supporters from every quarter have come forward vowing to fight the decision...

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations today, what you need...

It's December 14, and today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to vote on repealing Obama-era regulations to preserve net neutrality.The move is...

FCC argument for net neutrality regulations repeal not substantiated by facts

In an interesting turn of events, it appears that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's whole argument for repealing Obama-era net neutrality regulations is crumbling before our...

Two pathbreaking votes at the FCC favor media and phone companies

The Short:The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) headed by Ajit Pai, which is on a de-regulatory mission, took a major step on Thursday in a...

Oracle Fights Google, Funds Google Transparency Project

Accusations have been flying against the way Google is using its financial muscle to influence the Democratic party's representatives, including President Barrack Obama and...