In a letter, leading phone and cable providers and their trade associations offer a nickel's worth of free advice, counseling the commission that it can't and shouldn't try to regulate broadband.
Articles by Kenneth Corbin
Comments window closes as businesses, interest groups submit widely varying opinions on the agency's authority in the wake of a landmark legal setback.
Michael Copps, the longest-serving current commissioner at the FCC, previews the coming rumble over the agency's telecom authority in the Internet sector.
Commission approves first orders implementing recommendations of the national broadband plan, while House lawmakers question the proper role of the FCC in engineering the marketplace.
Deep partisan fissures emerge over net neutrality and the FCC's authority in the Internet space as Chairman Julius Genachowski looks ahead to broadband agenda.
Open Internet advocates from industry and the public-interest community call for the FCC to tighten up its regulatory authority over broadband in the wake of the landmark Comcast ruling.
Despite this week's court ruling on Comcast, the FCC is pressing ahead with its broadband plan and detailing action on wireless spectrum, broadband subsidies and other areas.
Commission says much of its broadband agenda is unaffected by the courts ruling, but others aspects are now highly uncertain.
Major blow for Federal Communications Commission's authority to regulate broadband services, raising major doubts about its current net neutrality proceedings.