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Federal Communication Commission Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel testifies during an oversight hearing to examine the Federal Communications Commission on Capitol Hill on June 24, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Jonathan Newton / Pool / Getty Images)

FCC to vote on $200 million cybersecurity program for schools, libraries

The FCC announced that it will vote next month on the $200 million pilot Schools and Libraries Cybersecurity Program.
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FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel attends Paley International Council Summit at the Paley Museum on Nov. 8, 2022 in New York. (Steven Ferdman / Getty Images)

FCC chair proposes ban on AI-voiced robocalls

FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel proposed adding AI-generated voices to the list of illegal telemarketing technologies.
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FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel speaks about the Affordable Connectivity Program in Washington, D.C. in February 2022. (Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images)

FCC seeks to expand E-Rate program to fund Wi-Fi hotspots

Two FCC commissioners have expressed dissent against the proposed changes to the E-Rate program, arguing they would extend powers beyond the scope of the agency.
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Jessica Rosenworcel, chair of the Federal Communications Commission, testifies during a House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee hearing on March 31, 2022. (Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images)

FCC chair wants faster definition of broadband

Jessica Rosenworcel proposed raising the national standard for high-speed internet, set at 25 megabits per second in 2015, to 100 Mbs.
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Federal Communication Commission Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel testifies during an oversight hearing to examine the Federal Communications Commission on Capitol Hill on June 24, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Jonathan Newton / Pool / Getty Images)

In confirmation hearing, Rosenworcel says FCC still needs better broadband data

Acting FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel told senators that the commission's broadband maps still "stink," but that they're getting more accurate.
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