The Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, Huricane Katrina and other man-made and natural disasters often reveal flaws in emergency communications systems. Here we attempt to chart the effects of disasters on our telecommunications and media communications systems -- and efforts by policymakers to stregthen these systems.
Rounding out our December meeting will be two matters that were previewed yesterday.
Remarks Of Chairman Pai's Public Safety Legal Advisor, Zenji Nakazawa, At US-Caribbean Resilience Partnership Event
I am honored to be here on behalf of the Federal Communications Commission. Chairman Pai extends his warmest appreciation to our regulatory friends in the Caribbean.
On Oct 3, 2018, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission and the National Weather Service, conducted a nationwide test of both Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) and the Emergency Alert Syste
Rural Kansas residents are angered by bad cellphone connection in Conway Springs (KS) due to only one service provider working in the area.
Here are the Federal Communications Commission's priorities for the next year:
When you signed up for cellphone service, I bet you didn’t expect that your exact location could be sold to anyone for a few hundred dollars. The truth is, your wireless carrier tracks you everywhere you go, whether you like it or not.
This Public Notice is the third in a series that solicits input on the efficacy of the Wireless Resiliency Cooperative Framework.
The Federal Communications Commission proposed to help first responders more accurately locate people who make wireless 911 calls from multistory buildings.
The Federal Communications Commission will hold an Open Meeting on the subjects listed below on Friday, March 15, 2019:
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that the items below are tentatively on the agenda for the March Open Commission Meeting scheduled for Friday, March 15, 2019: