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Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell, who was seen as a free-market advocate and friend to the media industry and a foil to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, announced he is leaving the regulatory agency in the next few weeks. A...
AT&T this week announced that all iPhone users with tiered or shared data plans can now make cellular FaceTime calls. That's good news for those customers, but AT&T's critics say it should stop withholding the feature from the last group still being...
Opinion L.A.By asking Google to remove an app from a forthcoming phone for its network, Verizon Wireless has rekindled the debate over a compromise in the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality rules that Google and Verizon helped broker. The app is......
Company TownThe Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held a hearing on new video platforms....
Opinion L.A.As expected, the Senate defeated a resolution Thursday that would have disapproved of the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality (a.k.a. "open Internet") rules, which are due to go into effect Thursday. The vote was divided along party lines,...
TechnologyThe Senate on Thursday voted to keep in place the Federal Communications Commission's controversial rules aimed at preserving open Internet access....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHollywood's annual awards season kicks into high gear with the unfurling of the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday. From afar, it will probably all seem the same as usual — cheering fans in the bleachers, photographers and TV crews by the yard,...
Speaker John Boehner sets the scene for this week's House vote on funding: A 'mortal' and 'moral threat'Top of the TicketOhio Republican sees no need to shut down government to "stop the spending binge."...
L.A. Times Tech BlogAT&T plans to abandon the all-you-can-eat pricing model for DSL that consumers love, even though it costs typical users more than they would have to pay under a metered approach....
L.A. Times Tech BlogFormer Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell has been named the new head of the leading cable TV trade association. Powell will become president and chief executive officer of the National Cable and Telecommunications Assn., taking...
Opinion L.A.It's been a big week for debating who gets to regulate the Internet....
Opinion L.A.Good-government advocates often complain about the way top Washington policymakers cash in on their public service by becoming lobbyists for the companies they oversaw. This so-called revolving door spins a full 360 degrees, of course; lobbyists often...
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