FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly
I thank the Chairman for circulating the items for the December meeting and look forward to reading each one.The time has come to overturn the market disrupting net neutrality and common carrier regulations that sacrificed decades of precedent and
The barriers preventing providers from bringing fixed and wireless broadband throughout our nation have increased despite the existence of this committee. The barriers being imposed are not caused by
Defending the First Amendment: I think you will find the current Commission to be a great partner in the effort to ensure a free press, primarily by not intervening in the area.
Remarks of Commissioner O'Rielly Before the American Legislative Exchange Council's Spring Task Force Summit
The members of the American Legislative Exchange Council can serve an important role as the new Federal Communications Commission seeks to restore free market principles to broadband offerings.
Thank you for inviting me to join you today to discuss the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, or TCPA. The D.C.
The departure of its CEO presents an opportunity for the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) to clean up its act.
I disagreed with the Court’s 2016 split decision, and also disagree with the split decision not to reconsider the matter en banc.
Today, my colleague and I announce the beginning of a process to free the Internet from the terrible restraints of common carrier regulation now imposed on America’s broadband providers.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Pai brings with him a love of broadcasting, a love of small businesses, a love of Kansas, and so much more.
I hope this committee will take a holistic approach when reviewing possible technology solutions. The Commission has tried to maintain a principle near and dear to me of technology neutrality.