"The incoming Donald Trump Administration is said to have signed off on an approach to remaking the Federal Communications Commission offered by the FCC transition team majority."
As January 20 rapidly approaches, the future look of the Federal Communications Commission remains cloudy.
The FCC has delayed its January meeting by a week, from the 26th to the 31st.
With the Trump administration set to begin shortly, both The Hill and the Free State Foundation have offered thoughts on what the next four years may hold for the Federal Communications Commission and communications technology.
It’s actually pretty easy to understand sponsored-data programs: In essence, wireless carriers are working with content providers, who have a clear interest in promoting their own content. It seems little different than any other marketing program, whether a fast-food chain promoting a new movie or matching a competitor’s coupons at a grocery store.
Since 2012, #GivingTuesday has harnessed the power of social media to encourage people to donate via websites, mobile apps, and even text messages.
While some feel that they have no need for the internet in their daily lives, the advantages are undeniable. Broadband is a critical part of participating in America’s ever-evolving economy. It is crucial no American gets left behind.
Encouraging investment in 5G technology that will extend broadband to all Americans, from urban centers to rural areas, should be a top priority for policymakers. It’s also important that we show people how the internet is useful in their everyday lives. Luckily, the value of saving money is a major benefit with which everyone can identify.
High-speed internet offers significant opportunities to save on holiday spending, including travel, gift-buying and entertaining WASHINGTON, D.C. – November 21, 2016 – The average American household can save about $11,218.98 annually on household spending using broadband, the Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) today announced. Before factoring in the average annual cost of a mobile data plan... Read more »
The FCC’s plan will impose price regulation on certain aspects of the BDS market and threaten it for others. The question that concerns me is whether the FCC’s action will make that investment easier or harder.