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John Oliver launches Robocall Hell on FCC commissars

John Oliver robs all five FCC commissioners, including his enemy, FCC leader Ajit Pai, to protest Pai's decision not to attack the Scourge, which had risen by 50% in 2016. Thanks to new tactics that Oliver went into detail last week Sunday Today robocalling is only getting worse and some experts estimate that they will soon make up half of …

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FCC struggles to convince that broadband is not "telecommunications"

Enlarge / A demonstrator holds a sign in front of the FCC headquarters on December 14, 2017, before the vote on the suspension Neutral neutrality rules. Getty Images | Bloomberg A Federal Communications Commission attorney faced a skeptical jury today as the FCC defended its abolition of net neutrality rules and deregulation of the broadband industry. The FCC General Counsel, …

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Samsung Turkey accidentally confirms the Galaxy Buds, while the wireless in-ear headphones FCC happen

Ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S10 event, new information about the company's upcoming wireless earphones was released. The details are from FCC and Samsung Turkey. They include a name confirmation and a partial picture of the accessory's charging case, which is expected to be the successor to Samsung's Gear IconX earphones. The first news tip is about Reddit, where users …

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Ajit Pai gives operators the opportunity to pass data breaches free of charge while shutting down the FCC

Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai with his oversized coffee cup in November 2017. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai rejected a Democratic lawmaker's call for a mobile privacy scandal to be swiftly resolved He said he could wait until the government stopped. A study of the motherboard released last week revealed that T-Mobile, Sprint and AT & T, despite …

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Senators call on FCC to investigate T-Mobile, AT & T and Sprint, which sell location data to bounty hunters

On Tuesday, the motherboard revealed that major US telecommunications companies T-Mobile, AT & T and Sprint are selling customer location data from users in an unregulated market that outsmart bounty hunters and people who are not authorized to work with such information. In our research, we purchased a $ 300 mobile phone real-time location from a bail bail and located …

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Google receives FCC approval for use of a radar-based motion sensor

Google logo. VCG Google's motion sensors are in preparation. The search giant received approval from the Federal Communications Commission on Monday to deploy radar-based motion sensors (also known as "project solos"), Reuters said. The sensors allow the user to operate electronic devices with hand gestures. With FCC approval, the search giant can operate the sensors at a higher power than …

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