The US government has allocated less than half of the USD5.3bn required to reimburse telcos for scrapping Huawei and ZTE gear.
The centerpiece for the US strategy to reduce robocalls has been corrupted to a mind-blowing extent.
The FCC’s Commissioners ignored facts presented by US telcos because they conflict with myths about American exceptionalism.
What is the point of calculating a hefty nominal punishment if it can be neutralized by showing an empty bank statement?
The FCC wastes time on bad data from biased lobbyists when the universal answer to crime is to punish the criminals responsible.
A trust set up by sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich owns almost a quarter of Truphone Ltd, the UK-headquartered parent of a US telco.
Key people at AT&T, Lumen and Verizon warned against proposals that would cost ‘tens of millions of dollars’ but yield little benefit.
The Federal Communications Commission also reinforced bans on the sale of services by China Mobile and China Telecom.
The US government and its comms regulator pursues their international objectives in such a piecemeal fashion that they lack coherence when viewed together.
How can the US government spend USD17bn on subsidizing internet access whilst relying on the public to police crooked companies?