FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
[Speech] Something here is not right—and what is wrong is not confined to the Federal Communications Commission. Because fake comments and stolen identities are pouring into proceedings across Washington.
Commissioner Clyburn has been a forceful advocate for change, for equal opportunity, and for closing the digital divide. It was a privilege to support her historymaking leadership as Acting Chairwoman.
Today the Commission will consider a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking seeking comment on a rule to prohibit the future use of Universal Service Funds to purchase equipment or services from providers identified as posing a national security risk.
[Speech] We now regularly see the highest level of our government denouncing real news as false facts.
[Commentary] Instead of having a centralized database to support shared access in specific spectrum bands, innovators should explore the use of blockchain as a lower-cost alternative. If the effort succeeds, the benefits could be considerable: The
[Speech] As of last month, official statistics suggest 400,000 residents of Puerto Rico still don’t have electricity. But in my travels, many people told me they thought the true number was even higher.
Remarks of Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel at National League of Cities Congressional City Conference
[Speech} You are a force for optimism—and I want to harness your energies this morning to help solve what I call the Homework Gap.
To seize the potential of next generation wireless, I want to focus on three things that require our attention: new bands, new models and new business cases.
The FCC’s net neutrality decision is a study in just what’s wrong with Washington. This agency failed the American public.
Today let’s celebrate the history of Hayleyville (AL)—and the present of 9-1-1 by bestowing honors on some dynamic individuals and organizations: Tamika Greer, Roger Marshall, Cheryl Kagan and the 9-1-1 programs from Monmouth County (NJ); Orange C