This month the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal regulations that require internet providers to allow all websites to access the same quality of connection. These regulations, put in place to protect a principal of […]
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Tag: Federal Communications Commission
Q+A: What Happens if the FCC Removes Protections Against Local Media Monopolies?
The Federal Communications Commission plans to vote on a proposal that would eliminate regulations preventing companies from owning multiple broadcast stations in the same media market, as well as the rules that prevented owning both […]
Comcast + Time Warner Cable: What a Merger Could Mean For Your TV, Internet and Wallet
Comcast’s $45.2 billion deal to acquire Time Warner Cable would merge the nation’s top two cable providers into a media leviathan. Over the next year, the Federal Communications Commission will have to sort out whether or […]