Telecom Legislation And Regulation To Watch

By Erin Coe (June 9, 2015, 3:20 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission is planning to push ahead with several big-ticket initiatives this year, including controversial net neutrality rules empowering the agency to further regulate broadband providers and a novel incentive auction of television spectrum that could serve as a model for countries around the world.

Regulators in other countries are going to be closely tracking the FCC's Open Internet Order issued in February and the agency's plans to hold a 2016 auction aiming to transfer 600-megahertz spectrum currently used by television broadcasters to wireless carriers — efforts that have come under attack by litigants and lawmakers, and inspired several...

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