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DOJ Sues California Hours After Governor Signs the Nation’s Toughest Net Neutrality Rules into Law

USA - October 3 2018 As we previously reported, the California legislature approved one of the nation’s toughest net neutrality laws - California Internet Consumer...

Nicole Y. Su.


AT&TTIME Warner DOJ Smack Down: You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows

USA - August 16 2018 Talk about a shellacking. In his recent opinion in the latest incarnation of U.S. v. AT&T, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon rejected, in no...

Martin Stern.


FCC Waives Certain Classification Standards from 2017 E-rate Eligible Services List

USA - February 10 2017 On February 8, 2017, the Wireline Competition Bureau (“Bureau”) granted a waiver of certain Category OneCategory Two classification standards...

Rebecca Jacobs Goldman.


Broadband Privacy Rules Published, FCC Stakes Out Role as Privacy Cop

USA - December 9 2016 On December 2, 2016, the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Report and Order (“Order”) was published in the Federal Register, triggering the 30-day deadline for...

Martin Stern, Rebecca Jacobs Goldman.


Broadband Privacy Rules Published, FCC Stakes Out Role As Privacy Cop

USA - December 9 2016 By: Doug Bonner, Mark Palchick, Marty Stern and Rebecca Jacobs On December 2, 2016, the FCC’s Broadband Privacy Report and Order (“Order”) was...

Martin Stern, Rebecca Jacobs Goldman.