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Week ahead in tech: GOP takes aim at internet privacy rules

Congressional Republicans are moving against the Federal Communications Commission's broadband privacy rules.

FCC promises investigation into 911 outage for AT&T customers

Federal Communications Chairman Chairman Ajit Pai said his agency is investigating an issue that left some AT&T customers unable to call 911. Both Chairman Pai and AT&T tweeted that the problem has since been resolved.

Sens Markey, Lee introduce bill to crack down on certain robocalls

Sens Ed Markey (D-MA) and Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced a bill aimed at cracking down on robocalls from government contractors.

Coalition of 171 Public Interest Groups Send Letter to Pai and Senate Leaders To Protect Net Neutrality

A coalition of 171 public interest groups [including the Benton Foundation] sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai, Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) and Ranking Member Bill Nelson (D-FL) urging the

Public interest groups urge officials to protect net neutrality

A coalition of 171 public interest groups sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission and Senate leaders urging them not to dismantle the net neutrality rules from 2015.

President Trump meets with FCC Chairman Pai

President Donald Trump met with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai.

President Trump to meet with FCC Chairman Pai

President Donald Trump will meet with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai on the afternoon of March 6, according to the White House schedule.

New FCC chair heads before Congress

The new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is heading before Congress for the first time since taking over the agency.

Commissioner Clyburn vows to fight for net neutrality at rally

Mignon Clyburn, the lone Democratic commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, joined with activists on Capitol Hill to commemorate the anniversary of the agency's landmark network neutrality rules and vowed to fight to defend them.

Top antitrust senators call for Sessions to scrutinize AT&T-Time Warner merger

The top Sens on the Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel are urging the Department of Justice to scrutinize the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger for the possibility that it leads to anticompetitive practices.