A congressional subcommittee held an oversight hearing Tuesday addressing the Federal Communications Commission’s progress in setting rules for the upcoming incentive auction of television broadcast spectrum for mobile broadband use.
In 2012, we reported on a pair of district court decisions that, based on similar facts, split on whether defendant TheDirty.com, a gossip website, qualified for immunity under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), the 1996 law that states “[n]o provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.”
Movement on the USPTO front, but will Digimedia actually benefit or is this a last gasp effort in the long-lasting patent chess match?
FCC Highlights Progress in Implementing Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act Requirements
At its open meeting this month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) received a status report on the implementation of broad disabilities access obligations passed three years ago.
Without a doubt, medicine and technology will forever be linked. Together, the two have substantially altered the world in which we live and have saved countless lives.
Telecommunications services procurements are predictable recurring events.
The products and services offered by Google are well known and highly regarded. Every day, millions of consumers around the globe visit the company’s search engine or sites like Google News or YouTube.
TMT Perspectives speaks to the middle market. Generally middle market entities do not have capital sufficient to dictate outcomes. Thus, success results from being smarter, quicker and more effective than the competition.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently adopted a Declaratory Ruling confirming that wireless carriers have an obligation to secure and protect certain information – known as customer proprietary network information or “CPNI” – collected and stored on mobile devices, if the CPNI is collected at the carrier’s direction and the carrier or its designee has access to or control over the information.