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Industry groups join CWA call for FCC to stop the clock in Verizon/cable review

Citing technical difficulties, Free Press, Public Knowledge, and industry groups ask regulators to extend time on review of the Verizon's/Big Cable deal Read More »

Net neutrality briefing schedule set

Verizon, MetroPCS, and Free Press agree to net neutrality suit scheduled through 2012. Read More »

Apple, Google, and other high-tech companies face antitrust suit over employment collusion

CWA calls on the FCC to stop the 180 day clock in its review of the Verizon Wireless/cable transaction because parties are failing to provide data necessary for proper review. Big Cable and Verizon have also struck a behind-closed-doors anti-competition deal that would raise prices, hurt consumers, and kill jobs. Read More »

CWA: VZW Spectrum Sale Doesn’t Change Anti-Competitiveness of Deal with Big Cable

Today's announcement of wireless spectrum sales by Verizon Wireless as a condition of its spectrum deal with Big Cable does not protect consumers or workers from the anti-competitive heart of the deal: the joint marketing agreement. Read More »

Sorry Verizon, cable deal does endanger competition

The Verizon cable deal weakens FiOS and DSL as competition for cable, says the American Antitrust Institute. Read More »

Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Snub Federal Regulators

Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Cable ignored the FCC and Justice Department's pending reviews and began cross-marketing each others' products and services. Read More »

No competition, no regulation means rising cable bills

According to two reports, cable rates continue to rise by 6 percent a year, heading for $200 a month by 2020. Read More »

Boston wins FCC approval to re-regulate Comcast

Because of Comcast's dominance of Boston's market, the FCC has returned the city's right to regulate cable rates. Read More »

With Federal Help, Broadband Grows In Rural Areas

A report from a national telecom cooperative says that federal help has been key to the growth of rural broadband. Read More »

Critic slams Verizon mobile TV plans

Gigaom.com's news editor found the Verizon CEO to be spouting nonsense about promised mobile video -- and says so. Read More »

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