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FCC Wants to Understand Mobile Device Security

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has upped its intelligence in a bid to better understand, and ultimately to improve, the security of mobile devices. As such, FCC has joined the Federal Trade Commission to accomplish that. Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Chief Jon Wilkins has already sent a letter to mobile carriers asking questions about their processes […]

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FCC Protecting Competition in Business Data Services

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has jumpstarted the process of protecting and advancing competition in the $45 billion market for business data services. Business data services are critical in the day-to-day life of consumers, business and industry, and are integral to the competitiveness of the U.S. economy as a whole in the information age. Users […]

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Reports on Charter-TWC Deal Success Challenged

Entertainment Studios (ES) and The National Association of African American-Owned Media (NAAAOM) have come out to challenge media reports to the effect that the Charter Communications/Time Warner Cable merger process has been concluded. Both parties issued a joint press statement to rubbish the reports they termed as baseless and lacking facts. Actually, ES and NAAAOM have […]

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Byron Allen Tells Off Comcast over Petition to FCC

Byron Allen, the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Entertainment Studios has lashed out at Comcast Cable for opposing the Entertainment Studios/NAAAOM petition to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The petition, filed with the FCC on March 24, 2016 can be accessed at: Soon after the petition was filed, Comcast came out with harsh words […]

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Comcast under Fire over NBC Merger Violation

Consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge has come out to bash Comcast Cable for what they term as bad behavior in their merger with NBC-Universal. In a petition dated March 2 and addressed to the Federal Communications Commission to enforce merger conditions and its policies, Public Knowledge says Comcast‘s decision to exempt its online video service […]

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