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The FCC might force cellphone providers to report data breaches differently
Here’s how the federal agency is responding to an “increasing frequency” of breaches.
Aviation concerns have grounded a planned 5G expansion—again
Telecom companies have agreed to leave their 5G plans on pause due to continued FAA safety worries.
The FCC is trying to crack down on those annoying spam texts
In an ongoing fight against spam callers and texters, the FCC is considering a ban at the network level and requiring ID authentication.
The FCC wants to crack down on SIM swapping, a common form of identity theft
Companies have failed to fix the pernicious problem, so the government is stepping in.
The FCC wants to know if you’re paying too much for internet access
The Commission is investigating whether landlord-service provider relationships are limiting tenant choices.
As more people work from home, internet speed requirements have become a critical issue
Millions of American students and employees lack the necessary connection.
The FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit offers millions of Americans a $50 discount on internet access
The $3.2 billion program also includes a $100 stipend for laptops, desktops, and tablets.
The FCC wants your help to get a better picture of US broadband access
The FCC speed test app tests your internet speed in order to get a better picture of broadband access across the country.
The FCC is about to undergo a huge shift that could drastically affect the internet
What does the future hold for Net Neutrality, the digital divide, and Section 230?
The FCC created an online index for known phone scams
Do you know what the 809 scam is?