FCC to Tackle Filing Issue Related to EEO

By Susan Ashworth WASHINGTON–When it gets back to work after the government shutdown, the Federal Communications Commission will have a fair amount of work on its plate — including a formal vote on → continue…

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Nexus Drone Parachute Just Cleared by FCC to Fly Over Crowds

By V Renée

Flying your drone over crowds just got a whole lot safer (and potentially legal).

Safety always comes first when flying drones, especially when it comes to flying over or around human → continue…

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FCC Suspends Most Operations

By Tom Butts WASHINGTON—As the federal government shutdown enters its third week, the FCC announced on Thursday that it was suspending most of its operations until the government re-opens. As it warned → continue…

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Pai Won’t Make Trip to CES

By John Eggerton WASHINGTON—For the second year in a row, FCC chair Ajit Pai has pulled out of his appearance at the Consumer Technology Association’s CES in Las Vegas next week. Pai was → continue…

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Senate Confirms Starks, Carr to FCC

By Phil Kurz WASHINGTON—The Senate this week confirmed Brendan Carr and Geoffrey Starks to full five-year terms as FCC commissioners. Starks, who most recently served as assistant chief of the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau, → continue…

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FCC to Suspend Most Operations on Thursday if Government Shutdown Continues

By Tom Butts WASHINGTON—As the federal government that started Dec. 22 continues, the FCC has announced that it will suspend most operations in the middle of the day on Thursday, Jan. 3. At → continue…

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