Why restoring Internet freedom is appropriate but creates state vulnerability (Reality Check)
Fri Nov 17 11:39:13 EST 2017
For Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai, restoring an open internet has been a long time coming. Since his days as a dissenting FCC Commissioner during the Obama administration, Pai has remained steadfast inhis commitmentto replace the recent government regulatory stronghold over broadband services with the prior light-touch framework, which had unequivocally proven [...]
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Telecom Tweets of the Week: FCC on a roll(back)
Fri Nov 17 11:33:54 EST 2017
Ajit Pai’s Federal Communications Commission is hitting its stride in regulatory rollbacks. On the agenda of this week’s meeting: axing a 40-year-old rule on media ownership that prevented a single company from owning multiple types of media outlets in a single market; targeting illegal robocalls to consumers; making changes to the Lifeline program for subsidizing [...]
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Cloud migration facilitated by Toptal on-demand DevOps service
Fri Nov 17 11:17:31 EST 2017
Toptal on-demand DevOps service focuses on aiding cloud migration Toptal, an American company that provides freelance software engineers, designers and finance experts to companies, announced a new DevOps on-demand service. The new service connects businesses with a pool of freelance DevOps professionals specializing in virtualization, containerization, automation, continuous integration and delivery, and cloud application distribution, [...]
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FCC aggressively cracking down on RF equipment rule violators (Reader Forum)
Fri Nov 17 11:00:24 EST 2017
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Tuesday released an order and consent decree, terminating an investigation into a manufacturer that marketed Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) devices in violation of the FCCs equipment authorization and marketing rules.The terms of the consent decree require the manufacturer to admit liability, pay a fine of $90,000, implement a strict [...]
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