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Marriott to pay $600,000 fine for jamming hotel guests’ Wi-Fi hotspots

Hotel chain Marriot International has agreed to pay a penalty of $600,000 for settling a March 2013 complaint filed with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In the complaint, Marriott was accused of jamming the Wi-Fi networks of the attendees of a conference at its Gaylord Opryland... read more

House veteran Henry Waxman proposes use of ‘hybrid approach’ to ensure Net Neutrality

In a 15-page letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, California Democratic House member Henry Waxman has proposed a compromise plan for 'Net Neutrality,' urging the FCC to reclassify broadband service as a utility.

Proposing a plan to guarantee Net Neutrality, Waxman - the ranking member of... read more

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