“Oh my god, how cute is Dennis, right?” squawks the woman three feet from your ear for the fourth consecutive hour as you sit, captive, constructing a sound obfuscation chamber out of airplane pillows and blankets.
The tech industry will play close attention to Genachowski’s replacement.
For all the talk of a pending spectrum crunch that is worrying regulators and wireless companies, Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski doesn’t seem to be doing a whole lot about it.
Julius Genachowski, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, today defended the government’s delays in implementing a net neutrality policy. He also offered mixes comments regarding a recent Google-Verizon proposal.
The Federal Communications Commission revealed more details today about its new plan to regulate the Internet. Previous efforts ran into court resistance, but there were reports yesterday that the agency was about to unveil another approach that would allow it to continue enforcing net neutrality (the principle that Internet providers must treat all Internet traffic equally) without hitting legal hurdles.
The Federal Communications Commission was rebuffed last month in its efforts to regulate Internet providers, but it hasn’t given up. The agency is reportedly preparing new rules that it hopes can promote net neutrality, the principle that providers must treat all Internet traffic equally, without hitting the previous legal hurdles.