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Marguerite Reardon

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Recent articles by Maggie:

California proposes privacy regulations to enforce new law

New rules would require companies to include a ‘Do Not Sell’ link on websites. → Read More

California proposes regulations to enforce new privacy law

New rules would require companies to include a ‘Do Not Sell’ link on websites. → Read More

The net neutrality battle lives on: What you need to know after the appeals court decision

A federal appeals court has upheld much of the FCC’s net neutrality repeal, but it also said the agency can’t prevent states from adopting their own rules. → Read More

Net neutrality battle moves to the states

A federal appeals court has paved the way for states to adopt their own rules. → Read More

Net neutrality court ruling: States can set own rules

A federal court upholds the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules, but slams the agency for preempting state net neutrality laws. → Read More

FCC sets date for major midband spectrum auction for 5G

The agency on Thursday voted to seek comment on rules for the upcoming auction of 3.5GHz spectrum, which will likely be instrumental in 5G deployments. → Read More

FCC accuses Sprint of defrauding Lifeline program

The agency says the carrier is taking a government subsidy for 850,000 subscribers who don't use the phone and broadband service aimed at low-income residents. → Read More

Federal court strikes down FCC effort to relax media ownership rules

The Third Circuit once again chastises the agency for not considering how local media consolidation will affect women and minorities. → Read More

Amazon now offers more ways for you to pay in cash

PayCode joins Amazon Cash in the US as another method for using cash to buy from the online retailer. → Read More

Apple Arcade updated: The full list of games for iPhone and iPad

The service expects to offer more than 100 games for $5 a month. → Read More

Senators urge FCC to scrutinize Chinese carriers operating in US

Sens. Chuck Schumer and Tom Cotton say China Telecom and China Unicom could pose a national security threat. → Read More

Altice offers unlimited mobile phone service for just $20 a month

The cable operator is looking to shake-up the mobile market with an inexpensive unlimited plan unmatched by others in the market. → Read More

FCC promises $950 million to improve broadband in Puerto Rico and USVI

The agency said the money will be used to improve speeds and build more resilient networks. → Read More

Activists challenge 2020 candidates to sign net neutrality pledge

Activists also want candidates to promise not to take money from telecom donors. → Read More

States strike deal with phone companies to combat illegal robocalls

Attorneys General from across the country and 12 phone companies have agreed to a set of principles to help prevent iilegal robocalls and to find those perpetrating them. → Read More

This startup delivers 5G internet broadband for $49 a month

Common Networks is using 5G and mmWave technology to deliver a low cost alternative to fiber broadband. → Read More

FCC deems cellphones with 5G tech safe

In a new proposal, the FCC concludes current radio frequency emission levels are OK. → Read More

Warren promises $85 billion program for rural broadband

The Democratic presidential candidate also says she'd preempt states banning municipally owned broadband networks and promises to reinstate net neutrality. → Read More

FCC adopts rules to go after international robocallers

The FCC will now be able to punish robocallers originating outside the US, as well as, those perpetrating scams via text. → Read More

Verizon CEO promises 'real 5g' to counter T-Mobile skepticism

Look who's throwing shade now. Hans Vestberg dismisses T-Mobile CTO's critique that Verizon's 5G coverage map is weak. → Read More