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Low-latency satellite broadband gets approval to serve US residents

50Mbps Internet could hit remotest parts of country by 2019.

Cable lobby tries to stop state investigations into slow broadband speeds

Besides gutting net neutrality, industry wants less scrutiny of speed claims.

Saving net neutrality: Tips for writing persuasive comments to the FCC

Former FCC official explains how to get your point across to Ajit Pai.

Verizon supports controversial rule that could help Google Fiber expand

Verizon asks FCC to speed up fiber deployment, but cable lobby is against it.

Netflix re-joins fight to save net neutrality rules

Netflix changes tune, says it "will never outgrow the fight for net neutrality."

FCC makes net neutrality commenters’ e-mail addresses public through API

E-mail addresses aren't required, though names and home addresses are.

As Republicans push ringless voicemail spam, Democrats take consumers’ side

Robocall rules should apply to ringless voicemail, Senate Democrats tell FCC.

Trump to nominate Democrat Jessica Rosenworcel for empty slot at FCC

Rosenworcel would return to FCC, but commission also needs another Republican.

Prisoners lose again as court wipes out inmate calling price caps

Judges vacate intrastate caps after Ajit Pai dropped court defense.

FCC security denies that guards pinned journalist against a wall

Pai promises security changes but disputes some of reporterrsquo;s allegations.

Exclusive broadband deals between ISPs and landlords face scrutiny at FCC

FCC looks at expanding competition rules, but it could preempt local regulations.