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Thousands of Google workers participate in walkouts across the world to protest sexual harassment, gender inequality, and systemic racism.
The Supreme Court refused to hear the challenge to the 2015 FCC net neutrality rules, thus allowing the lower court’s ruling to stand, confirming the FCC’s power to establish net neutrality regulation.
The Communications Workers of America has launched a new website with information about the effects of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger.
More than a dozen municipalities are challenging the new FCC small cell order that limits the ability of local governments to establish aesthetic standards and set access fees for wireless providers.
Merger would result in 30,000 lost jobs, higher prices and increased market concentration, and still leave rural America without access to high-speed broadband.