Commissioner Mignon Clyburn is stepping down from the FCC after eight years on the job. She broke the news at the Commission's monthly open meeting, confirming the plans to move on that she has mentio
When the FCC rolled back net neutrality protections in December, advocates for the free, open internet came out en masse. Although the decision has been made, the fight isn’t over yet, and that’s
The global race is on -- and it is time for the FCC to get out of the starting gate, schedule an auction and chart a course for 5G success.
FCC Commissioner Clyburn's passionate dissent at last month's meeting left no room for guesswork on her position on the Commission's plan to eliminate net neutrality. But it wasn't all she had to say.
Back in 2015, then-Commissioner of the FCC Ajit Pai submitted a lengthy paper detailing his reasons for voting against the incoming net neutrality rules. He made a lot of predictions about harm those
Onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn urged the public to continue voicing their support for a free and open internet. "Net neutrality is doomed if we're silent," she said.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has a lot of issues on her regulatory plate, some given marquee billing (the repeal of the commission's Broadband Privacy Rule) and others lurking in the wings for year