From our Spectrum Re-pack Files: following close on the heels of the revised rules for wireless mic use, the revised rules governing Part 15 operations in the post-re-pack world are now set to take effect December 23, 2015.
Adele’s New Record is Not On Online Streaming Services – Except Where It is: The Difference Between Interactive and Noninteractive Streaming
Adele’s decision to not stream her new CD “25” on services like Apple Music and Spotify has been the talk of the entertainment press pages – like this article from the New York Times.
An Illinois school district has violated anti-discrimination laws by not allowing a transgender student who identifies as female and is on her high school’s girls’ sports team to change and shower in the girls’ locker room, the United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) has held.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) has announced its third settlement for alleged violations of the anti-spam law, and again, the announcement relates to a well-known Canadian business, rather than an indiscriminate or malicious spammer.
Bureau of Indian Affairs New Rights-of-Way Rules Provide Clarity and Certainty to Communications Providers
With both Congress and the Administration focused on streamlining federal permitting and promoting Dig Once policies, the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) published updated rules for access to rights-of-way (ROW) on Indian Lands, including the deployment of communications infrastructure.
Minutes, if not seconds, is all it takes for someone to cause harm to another person on the internet.
The FCC has released two additional items to guide broadcasters through the process of applying to participate in the reverse auction.
On Monday, the FCC and FTC published a Memorandum of Understanding in which the two agencies agreed to engage in greater coordination and collaboration on consumer protection issues, with greater respect for each agency’s jurisdiction.
As the popularity of fantasy sports grows, so do the legal issues surrounding the industry.
Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit revived several privacy claims against Google pertaining to the Internet company’s practice of side-stepping “cookie blockers” on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Apple’s Safari browsers.