Mixed signals from governing bodies
Prison phone rates have decreased by 25% to 50% overnight thanks to new U.S. rules
The FCC faces tough policy choices after a federal court struck down key aspects of the agency's open Internet rules
The 40-year-old rule blocks cable and satellite providers from showing low-attendance games
The FCC's plan to end blackouts will do nothing
Television gets a bad rap. As early as 1961, President Kennedy’s FCC chairman, Newton Minow, famously characterized most programming as a “vast wasteland.”...
The amount of radiation emitted by cell phones varies from model to model, but all fall under the FCC-mandated maximum absorption rate of 1.6 watts per kilogram...