Articles by Kenneth Corbin 

FCC Could Move on Net Neutrality After House Bill Stalls

With a House effort at a compromise bill in shambles, all eyes are on the Federal Communications Commission as it mulls its next steps on the net neutrality front.

House Net Neutrality Compromise Falls Apart

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman announces stalemate on net neutrality negotiations amid the withdrawal of Republican support.

FCC Clears the Path for White-Space Networks

The Federal Communications Commission finalizes rules for new broadband networks and devices running on white-space spectrum.

Senate Panel Mulls ECPA Update for Cloud Era

Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee consider whether the rules for law enforcement accessing electronic data issued in a 1986 statute have kept up with the ascendance of cloud computing.

Looking Ahead to the World of White Spaces

Backers of white-space technology are eagerly awaiting a Federal Communications Commission order next week that will set the final implementation rules for the technology, though some concerns remain.

White House, FCC Unveil New Web Platforms

At the Gov 2.0 Summit, where fans of open government meet and mingle, the White House and Federal Communications Commission showed off new online platforms.

FCC Delays on Net Neutrality Decision as Industry Deals Behind Closed Doors

Regulators ask for more comment on controversial provisions of the network neutrality debate, while an industry trade group says talks among stakeholders are progressing with a "final consensus" nearing.

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