It claims has the powers it said it did not have before
The FCC’s arguments that it has the power to become Donald Trump’s censor of social media contradict the arguments it used for another of its controversial decisions – ending net neutrality.
Thou shalt not censor Donald Trump
The Federal Communications Commission has said it will step in to ensure that social networking sites will publish and distribute anything that Donald Trump and the Republicans say.
Blotting out the sun
The Federal Communications Commission has approved Amazon’s plans for its Kuiper constellation, which entails sending 3,236 satellites into orbit to beam internet coverage down to Earth.
FCC to change the law
US President Donald Trump is going to make sure that censoring him on social media will open a door to massive civil law suits.
Might actually hit the shops soon
While some have started to wonder if the Pixel 4a will end up as vapourware, a new piece of evidence suggests that it might launch sooner rather than later.
Can’t really take away tech firms' legal protection
Republican Federal Communications Commissioner Mike O'Rielly said he's unsure whether his agency has the authority to carry out President Donald Trump's executive order targeting tech firms' legal protections.
Moot point if it can ever
US President Donald [shooting starts when the looting starts] Trump’s attempts to force social media to carry his words of wisdom face an uphill battle from regulators who have said they cannot oversee the conduct of internet firms.
An electronic padlock which unlocks with a fingerprint or an app connected by Bluetooth to your phone does not work, according to the FCC.
Told to ask people if neutrality repeal has harmed public safety
While the FCC successfully defeated Mozilla's attempt to undo the commission's repeal of net neutrality, the courts have ordered the watchdog to hold public investigations into whether repealing the law to prevent a multi-speed internet has had any negative consequences.
Put up or shut up
Huawei has decided to challenge a US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision barring rural carrier customers from tapping an $8.5 billion government fund to purchase equipment from the Chinese company.