It has been more than four months now since the FCC adopted a Report and Order for the forthcoming incentive auction of television broadcast spectrum.
A magistrate judge has recommended that the district court dismiss for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction a declaratory judgment complaint concerning Internet streaming royalties.
The disturbing domestic violence incident involving former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his wife may raise issues for professional football’s labor relations as well as Rice’s future career as a player.
This week the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) CONNECT2HEALTHFCC Task Force, a group formed in March 2014 that is focused on using broadband deployment to accelerate the adoption of advanced healthcare technologies, is joining more than 400 other public and private organizations in recognizing National Health IT Week (NHIT week).
It seems logical to think that leasing dark fiber is not a telecommunications service. Dark fiber is only a component of a service, not a service unto itself. It may therefore come as a surprise to know that the FCC (and the courts) has a different opinion.
With all the hype surrounding native, you would think it is a new development. However, native advertising has actually been around in one form or another for over a century.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: SORNA Good Cause Conflict; H-2B Limbo; & FCC Net Neutrality / Fast Lane Comment Avalanche
Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit joined the intercircuit conflict over the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) validity of the Attorney General’s regulations applying the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) to offenses committed prior to SORNA’s effective date.
FCC provides “bulk upload” option for adding even more comments to the million-plus already on file – now who’s going to read them all?
For those not already familiar with The Art Loss Register (“ALR”), I thought this would be a helpful albeit brief introduction to the ALR and the key services the London-based company, International Art and Antique Loss Register Limited, offers to art dealers, art fairs, auction houses, insurers, law enforcement agencies, museums, and private individuals.