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DOJ drops lawsuit challenging California's net neutrality law

DOJ drops lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality law

The U.S. Justice Department (DoJ) dropped its lawsuit against California’s net neutrality law on Monday, reports Reuters, foreshadowing the Biden administration’s approach to internet regulation. Acting Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Jessica Rosenworcel welcomed the news as a sign that open internet rules would soon be reinstated across the country. “When the FCC, over my …

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FCC Chairman Quietly Abandoned Attempt to 'Clarify' Section 230

FCC Chairman Quietly Abandoned Attempt to ‘Clarify’ Section 230

Photo: Alex Wong (Getty Images) Approximately 5 million years ago back in October, Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai vowed to “move forward with a rulemaking” to “clarify” Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a key legal shield that protects online platforms from liability for certain types of content posted by users. However, apparently he …

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US FCC Has Confirmed That ZTE Poses A National Security Threat

US FCC Has Confirmed That ZTE Poses A National Security Threat

For years, Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE have supplied communications equipment to various countries around the world, but in the past few years, the attitude towards those companies have started to shift, most notably in the US where there has been a growing distrust towards these companies. Advertising It looks like ZTE could start …

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