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Federal Trade Commission Accuses T-Mobile of Cheating Their Customers

Federal Trade Commission Accuses T-Mobile of Cheating Their Customers While the Federal Trade Commission has brought a fair share of suits against phone companies who cheat their customers, their latest suit against T-Mobile will be their the largest “cramming” case laid out by federal authorities. “Cramming” is a deceptive…>read more

No Comment July 2, 2014

Tom Wheeler’s Proposed Net Neutrality Rules

Tom Wheeler’s Proposed Net Neutrality Rules Lawmakers wrote to the FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler,” At a time when technology businesses need certainty to innovate; this is not the time for the FCC to engage in a counterproductive effort to even further regulate the Internet.” The Federal…>read more

No Comment May 15, 2014

Net Neutrality is Coming to an End

Net Neutrality is Coming to an End The Federal Communications Commission announced new rules that govern Internet service earlier this week, according to The Huffington Post. The rules end net neutrality, which is when web traffic is treated equally. The FCC claims that the new rules will…>read more

No Comment April 25, 2014

D.C. Court of Appeals Holds Net Neutrality Rules as Invalid

D.C. Court of Appeals Holds Net Neutrality Rules as Invalid The United States Court of Appeals, Washington D.C. has ruled that the FCC Net neutrality rules are invalid because the Commission had previously classified the Internet as an “information service” rather than as a “telecommunications service.” The ruling observed, “Given…>read more

No Comment January 16, 2014

VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez Disgusts Britain’s Got Talent Audience Baring Too Much Skin

VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez Disgusts Britain’s Got Talent Audience Baring Too Much Skin Is America raunchier than Britain? Jennifer Lopez made two identical performances of her passable song “Live It Up,” one for the Billboard Awards and one for Britain’s Got Talent television show. She wore the same thigh-high boots and skintight bodysuit…>read more

No Comment May 30, 2013

Mayer Brown Announces Two Major Additions in DC and New York Offices

Mayer Brown Announces Two Major Additions in DC and New York Offices The law firm of Mayer Brown announced via a press release that former Federal Communications Commission (FCC) official Angela Giancarlo has joined the law firm. Giancarlo will work in the Washington, DC office as a partner in the firm’s Government…>read more

No Comment March 6, 2013

New FCC Rules on Loud TV Commercials Begin Tonight

New FCC Rules on Loud TV Commercials Begin Tonight Television viewers will have their ears saved thanks to a new law that takes effect tonight. The law ends those commercials that are so loud that viewers have to turn down the volume on their television when the show they…>read more

No Comment December 13, 2012

DOJ Confirms Appointment of Munger Tolles & Olson Partner Pomerantz to Trial Team in Antitrust Case Against AT&T

DOJ Confirms Appointment of Munger Tolles & Olson Partner Pomerantz to Trial Team in Antitrust Case Against AT&T According to the November 22nd wsj.com blog, “Munger Tolles’s Merger-Buster Joins DOJ Team”, the Justice Department confirmed in recent days that it had hired Glenn Pomerantz, a partner in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson, and an…>read more

No Comment December 1, 2011

Former FCC Attorney Joins Jenner & Block

Former FCC Attorney Joins Jenner & Block Ajit V. Pai, a former high-level Federal Communications Commission attorney, has joined Jenner & Block as a partner in its Washington, D.C. office.  At the FCC, Mr. Pai served as Deputy General Counsel, Associate General Counsel, and Special Advisor to…>read more

No Comment April 27, 2011

Net Neutrality Case Unbalanced

Net Neutrality Case Unbalanced The Federal Communications Commission has hit a stumbling block in its efforts to enforce net neutrality on internet providers.  Why?  According to Judge David Tatel of the U.S. Court of Appeals, there’s no law to cite.  Congress hasn’t passed a law…>read more

No Comment April 6, 2010

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