AT&T Petitions CPUC to Apply ROW Pole Attachment Access Rules to Wireless Carriers in California

AT&T Petitions CPUC to Apply ROW Pole Attachment Access Rules to Wireless Carriers in California

On December 3, 2013, AT&T Mobility (“AT&T”) filed a petition with the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) seeking an amendment to the existing right-of-way (“ROW”) rules adopted by the CPUC in Decision 98-10-058 (“ROW Decision”).[1]  82 CPUC2d 510 (1998).  Specifically, AT&T requests that the CPUC extend the benefits and protections provided to competitive local exchange carriers and cable companies in the ROW Decision to wireless providers.

As Native Advertising’s Popularity Grows, FTC Takes Notice with Workshop – Venable’s Randy Shaheen

By | LXBN | December 13, 2013
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As advertising  dollars continue to decline for newspapers and other mainstream media outlets, the journalism industry has looked for new ways to generate revenue. Though the practice isn’t necessarily new, what’s now called native advertising has risen dramatically in popularity. But even leaving aside journalism ethics, there are plenty of potential pitfalls—and that’s why the FTC held a workshop to begin to hash things out.