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The Regulatory Mix – Tuesday, February 23, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: California Defends Net Neutrality Law, FCC’s Rosenworcel Circulates Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Report and Order. INCOMPAS, NTCA and WIA Call for Affordable Universal Access

 

800px-Seal_of_Florida.svgCalifornia Defends Net Neutrality Law

The Department of Justice withdrew its lawsuit earlier this month to a California net neutrality law earlier that was initiated under the Trump Administration.  However, the litigation continues as a number of internet service providers continue to challenge the legislation. Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Monday, February 8, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: INCOMPAS Asks FCC to Kick Start Net Neutrality, FCC’s Releases Details Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Roundtable, FCC Seeks Comment on Telehealth Application Metrics, Mississippi Bill Designed to Increase Broadband Connectivity/Accessibility 

 

INCOMPAS logo-1INCOMPAS Asks FCC to Kick Start Net Neutrality 

INCOMPAS, the Internet and Competitive Networks Association, has filed a Petition for Reconsideration with the FCC asking the Commission to reconsider and reverse its decision to uphold the reclassification of broadband Internet access service (BIAS) as a Title I information service. Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Thursday, January 28, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC’s Rosenworcel Releases Notes on February Open Meeting, FCC Announces Roundtable on Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

 

rosenworcel-bio-page-09122018FCC’s Rosenworcel Releases Notes on February Open Meeting

Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel released notes regarding the February Open Meeting scheduled for 2/17/21. She discussed the significant tasks for the agency in the new appropriations law that include helping Americans afford broadband, expanding access to telehealth technologies, building better maps that reflect where high-speed service is and is not, and improving the safety and security of our nation’s communications. Read More

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