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FCC May Overhaul US Phone System

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently considering ridding the country of its traditional copper wire system in favor of a more modern network based on Internal Protocol. This week, the FCC unanimously voted in favor of an in-depth investigation into the nation’s telephone system; depending on the results of this investigation, the commission might Full Article

FCC to Open Military Frequencies to Wireless Users

The demand for wireless connectivity is on the rise, but frequencies to run those connections on are limited and getting very clogged up by the rush of daily traffic. ...Full Article

Federal Court Throws out Net Neutrality Rules

In a serious blow to internet equality, a federal appeals court has ruled against the FCC’s Net Neutrality policy, stating that the agency was not authorized to impose its ...Full Article

New Bills Could Restore Net Neutrality

Newly-introduced legislative bills in the US Senate and House of Representatives could potentially restore the Net neutrality rules until the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issues an updated set of ...Full Article