A look at the Federal Communications Commission's 5G strategy -- the 5G FAST plan -- which consists of three central components: 1) freeing up much more spectrum for the commercial marketplace, 2) promoting wireless infrastructure deployment, and
e digital economy is a fact of life, but it is not all things to all people. There has been robust public discussion about whether the broader economy, undoubtedly transformed by digital technologies, is working well for everyone. While some com
Unlike many of the distinguished panelists and engineers in this room who will be actively involved in planning and deploying the next-generation networks, smart cities, and connected transportation systems of the future, the Federal Communication
Given its past success and future potential, what challenges do Wi-Fi and its advocates face?
When I was invited to join you today, and learned more about this gathering and its goals, I immediately thought that this would be a perfect opportunity to lay down a marker about what I think is one of the most important issues facing America –
I was particularly encouraged to see that 40 state attorneys general formed a bipartisan Robocall Technologies Working Group.
Speaking in defense of credit and collection professionals probably isn’t the politically savviest or safest move. I am here to join with [ACA International] as your members continue to face untenable legal risk and uncertainty in your efforts to
My intention today is to outline the most recent actions of the Federal Communications Commission pertaining to the protection of US national security, identify the difficult position in which we find ourselves with regard to Chinese telecommunica
My topic for this afternoon: How difficult it is for regulators to predict how technology will develop and transform markets, and why that difficulty demands humility from our regulators.
What is the Federal Communications Commission doing to make the future of Wi-Fi brighter?