Local governments hit FCC with three 5G lawsuits
Twenty-two West Coast cities and counties are challenging a recent federal ruling that restricts what municipalities can charge phone companies for installing next-generation wireless equipment.
Cities are preparing to sue FCC over new 'unlawful' 5G antenna rules
The mayor of Seattle, a leading city in the dispute, announced it will appeal rules she called an "overreach by the Trump administration."
National broadband coverage grossly over-represented by FCC data, report says
Researchers claim that inaccurate broadband availability data is misinforming a national discussion about internet access.
Big wireless carriers pledge to stop selling location data to third parties
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have pledged to terminate their agreements with "location aggregators" used for services like roadside assistance and bank fraud prevention.
California Senate passes 'gold standard' net neutrality bill, New York may follow
It's the most comprehensive state-led effort countering the FCC's vote to repeal net neutrality.
Not waiting for the feds, Ohio representatives approve rural broadband fund
If passed by the state Senate by the end of the year, an additional 0 million in annual funding would be made available for new networks.
Hawaii's congressional delegation digs into January's false missile alert
The 38-minute January incident was caused by several "missed connections" in the state's emergency alert system plan which is a decade out of date.
NYC official resigns from 'unproductive' FCC broadband committee
Miguel Gamiño is the second local government representative to leave the group over claims of industry favoritism.
Telecom group will 'aggressively challenge' any state enforcing net neutrality rules
USTelecom says it wants net neutrality protections, but not at the state level.