Feds: Hawaii Missile Alert Employee Not Cooperating In ProbeThe Hawaii state employee who mistakenly sent an alert warning of a ballistic missile attack earlier this month is refusing to cooperate with federal and state investigators.
Missile-Alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About A Real EmergencyA blunder that caused more than a million people in Hawaii to fear that they were about to be struck by a nuclear missile fed skepticism Sunday about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Skipping CES Tech Show After Death ThreatsThe FCC has confirmed that chairman Ajit Pai will be skipping the CES gadget show in Las Vegas because of death threats that he received after scrapping popular net neutrality rules.
FCC Votes Down Obama-Era 'Net Neutrality' RulesThe Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era "net neutrality" rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.
FCC: Americans Get 2.5 Billion Robocalls A MonthThe FCC is now cracking down on the robocall blitz, instituting new rules for phone companies to use in dealing with the rise of scam calls.
Cell Phone Networks Have Weathered Harvey, So FarRoadways, refineries and other infrastructure have taken a beating in the Texas and Louisiana regions that were hit hardest by Harvey. But cell phone networks, so far, have remained largely functional.
The FCC's Fight Against Phone-Y CallsThe Federal Communications Commission is vowing to "facilitate blocking of illegal robocalls." But it's a slow process. They say, "In terms of call authentication, we are still in the preliminary stage."
Why You Still Can't Ditch Your Cable BoxNot that long ago, the clunky cable box looked like it was on its way out.
FCC Vows To Stop Billions Of Robocalls From TelemarketersThe FCC has vowed to end robocalls from telemarketers, but how can they do it?
Verizon Beats AT&T In Straight Path Bidding WarVerizon is buying Straight Path Communications for about $3.1 billion, ending a bidding war with AT&T over the wireless licenses company. AT&T previously said that it would buy Straight Path Communications for $1.6 billion.
Emergency Managers Working With FCC To Learn Who Hacked Dallas Siren SystemThe identity of who hacked the Dallas emergency siren system Friday evening remains a mystery, but city officials say they do know how it was done.
City Officials: Hack Caused 156 Emergency Sirens To Go Off In DallasResidents in Dallas had a rude awakening Friday night when 156 emergency sirens wailed throughout the city, and officials are saying the sirens were triggered by a hack.