Tag: FCC

For towns large and small, 5G is the face of federal overreach

The fast-tracking of 5G leaves municipalities with little power to regulate deployment, and they're not happy.
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The FCC will hit phone carriers with a $200 million fine over location sharing

AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile will have the chance to dispute their fines
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FCC rules that current 5G safety standards are just fine, thank you very much

The FCC has concluded that 5G poses no harm as part of an investigation into current levels of radiofrequency exposure. This comment comes amid ongoing speculation that 5G could potentially be harmful to humans.

U.S. government sues California to stop its new net neutrality regulations

The U.S. Justice Department is suing to prevent California from implementing its new net neutrality law. Under SB822, California will reverse the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality from earlier this year.
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