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  • December 01, 2023

    Judge Slams Google's 'Deeply Troubling' Tactics As Trial Ends

    A California federal judge overseeing the antitrust trial between Epic Games Inc. and Google LLC said Friday he's concerned that Google's willful destruction of evidence and "bogus" privilege assertions constitute a "frontal assault on the administration of justice," and that jury instructions in the newly wrapped trial will reflect the company's "deeply disturbing" behavior.

  • December 01, 2023

    ​​​​​​​Top Groups Lobbying The FCC

    In November, the Federal Communications Commission heard from close to 200 companies and interest groups sharing their views on digital discrimination and media ownership rules, "SIM swap" fraud, the cost of pole attachments for fiber and more.

  • December 01, 2023

    Boston Landowners Told To Quit Illegal Radio Operations

    Nine different landowners in the Boston area have been allowing illegal radio broadcasts from their property and could be hit with a fine of more than $2 million if they don't knock it off, the Federal Communications Commission announced.

  • December 01, 2023

    No 2.5 GHz Auction Licenses Until Congress Acts, FCC Says

    The Federal Communications Commission can't issue licenses for spectrum auctioned off in 2022 because Congress let its authority to do so lapse and even awarding an already-won license could open the agency up to criminal liability, the commission told an inquiring lawmaker.

  • December 01, 2023

    FCC Notice Of Inquiry Highlights AI Robocall Concerns

    The Federal Communications Commission recently released a notice of inquiry seeking comment on the implications of emerging artificial intelligence technologies on robocalls and robotexts, raising questions around its authority to address AI under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, say Aaron Weiss and Samantha Goldstein at Carlton Fields.

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