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Judge Warns DC Circuit Could Vacate FCC 6 GHz Order

U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit judges peppered both sides with questions, during an often highly technical oral argument Friday, as the FCC defended its order opening the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi and other unlicensed use. AT&T…Subscribe to Read >>

FTC Investigator Meets With Farmers on Deere Data Privacy

An FTC investigator met this month with a group of Nebraska farmers who allege John Deere is abusing data privacy. Deere’s “monopolistic” data practices are preventing farmers’ right to repair, they alleged.Subscribe to Read >>

911 Strike Force OKs Report to Congress

The FCC 911 fee diversion strike force voted unanimously Friday during a virtual meeting to approve its final report as written. It will be sent to Congress and covers the impacts of and recommendations to fee transfers. The document is…Subscribe to Read >>

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In-Person 2021 NAB Show Canceled

The 2021 NAB Show won’t be in-person, NAB said Wednesday. The event had been set for Oct. 9-13 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.Read More >>

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