Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court addressed an outstanding question in the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The court clarified the extent of the devices… Read More »Supreme Court Addresses Telephone Consumer Protection Act
As reported in the Wall Street Journal last week, hackers breached T-Mobile’s system to obtain data for about 54 million people. The hackers then attempted… Read More »WSJ: FCC Focusing on Telecommunications Customer Data Breaches
On April 2, 2020, the FCC adopted a new telehealth program. This is a $200 million program that will provide immediate support to healthcare providers… Read More »FCC ADOPTS $200 MILLION COVID-19 TELEHEALTH PROGRAM
The FCC is seeking more than $200 Million in fines from “one or more” cellphone carriers, among them AT&T and T-Mobile. Officials found the companies… Read More »FCC Probe Finds Mobile Carriers Didn’t Safeguard Customer Location Data.
Most Americans have multiple high-speed wireless choices when it comes to Internet access but many residents living in the less-populated, more rural parts still have… Read More »Utility coops partner to bring members ‘up to speed’ with broadband access
Dave Osborn, CEO of Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., explains why lawmakers need to update the USF to account for the services of rural telcoms. Read… Read More »Rural Telecom Coops Request Lawmakers to Update USF