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The Regulatory Mix – Friday, June 18, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Reaffirms $2.8 Million Fine of Drone Device Marketer,  NTIA Creates First Interactive “Indicators of Broadband Need” Map,  Texas Governor Signs Bill to Expand Broadband Service 

FCC Reaffirms $2.8 Million Fine of Drone Device Marketer 

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has denied a petition from HobbyKing asking the agency to reconsider its $2,861,128 fine for marketing drone transmitters that did not comply with FCC equipment marketing rules. An FCC investigation found that dozens of devices marketed by the company transmitted in unauthorized radio frequency bands and, in some cases, operated at excessive power levels.  

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The Regulatory Mix – Friday, February 28, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Begins Collecting Data on Huawei and ZTE Equipment and Services,  FCC and FTC Commissioners Announce Hearing on 5G, Privacy, and AI, USDA Announces Texas Broadband Grant 

 

FCC entrance shutterstock-1FCC Begins Collecting Data on Huawei and ZTE Equipment and Services 

The FCC issued a Public Notice announcing the process by which Eligible Telecommunications Carriers (ETCs) must report the extent to which their networks contain or use potentially prohibited equipment or services provided by Huawei Technologies Company (Huawei), ZTE Corporation (ZTE), or their subsidiaries, parents, or affiliates, and the costs associated with removing such equipment and replacing it with equivalent equipment. Read More

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