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Public Knowledge Applauds Congress for Passing Pay-TV Protections for Consumers

December 19, 2019 Cable Fees , Legislation , STELAR , Video Marketplace

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate passed appropriations legislation containing provisions to prevent consumers from losing access to TV content, experiencing blackouts, and facing unexpected bills.

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Public Knowledge Applauds Governor Cuomo’s Proposal to Ensure Net Neutrality Protections for New Yorkers

FCC , Net Neutrality , State Legislation , State Net Neutrality

Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his 2020 agenda will include legislation that, if enacted, could give New Yorkers some of the nation’s strongest net neutrality consumer protections.

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Public Knowledge Files Petition for Rehearing of Net Neutrality Case Before D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals

December 13, 2019 FCC , mozilla v fcc , Net Neutrality , Open Internet , petition rehearing

Today, Public Knowledge joined with other stakeholders in filing a petition for rehearing with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals for Mozilla v. FCC.

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Public Knowledge Applauds House for Passing TV Viewer Protection Act

December 10, 2019 broadcast , satellite TV , STELAR , Video Marketplace

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to prevent consumers from experiencing blackouts, runaway price increases for video content, and unexpected bills by passing the “TV Viewer Protection Act of 2019” (H.R. 5035). The bill reauthorizes provisions of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act Reauthorization (STELAR) Act.

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Public Knowledge Urges FCC to Get Better Data on the Digital Divide

December 9, 2019

Today, Public Knowledge filed reply comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s recent Notice of Inquiry concerning its annual investigation into broadband deployment. Public Knowledge argues that millions of Americans still lack access to high-speed broadband and that the FCC still has much to do to close the digital divide.

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