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Limited Relief from FCC Ruling on Auto-Dialing/-Texting
August 7, 2015

(August 7, 2015) (EDUCAUSE telecommunications policy advisor, John Windhausen of Telepoly Consulting, provided the primary content for this post.) In early June, I wrote about the then-pe…

Higher Education/Library Response, 2014 FCC Open Internet (Network Neutrality) Notice-of-Proposed-Rule-Making (NPRM)
July 18, 2014

On July 18, 2014, EDUCAUSE joined with other leading higher education and library organizations to submit formal comments in response to the 2014 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) NPRM enti…

Higher Education, Library Principles to Preserve Network Neutrality
July 10, 2014

On July 10, 2014, EDUCAUSE joined other leading higher education and library associations (listed below) in proposing a set of network neutrality principles for the Federal Communications Commiss…

FCC Considering Regulating Municipal Broadband Network Projects
June 26, 2014

On June 10, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler issued a blog post encouraging consumer advocacy groups and individuals to file comments on whether or not a Tennessee…

FCC Approves and Releases Net Neutrality Proposal
May 27, 2014

On Thursday, May 15, the Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) voted 3 to 2 in favor of Chairman Tom Wheeler’s (D) proposal to create a new, albeit more limited, net neutral…

FCC Telecom Service Provider Accessibility Certification Rules
April 22, 2013

Our friends at ACUTA (the higher education telecommunications administrators association) have posted an alert to colleges and universities that "charge students, tenants, or others for …

Ex Parte Contact in USF Contribution Methodology
August 30, 2012

On Wednesday, August 29, 2012, Greg Jackson (Vice President, EDUCAUSE) and John Windhausen (Telepoly Consulting), on behalf of EDUCAUSE, met with Vickie Robinson, Ernesto Beckford and Charles Ebe…

USF Reform Comments to the FCC
July 9, 2012

July 9, 2012 comments sent by EDUCAUSE, AAU, ACE, APLU, AASCU, and NACUBO to the Federal Communications Commission about the proposed reform of the Universal Service Fund contribution methodology…

Networking, Telephony, and USF Patterns in Higher Education: A Sample Snapshot
July 3, 2012

The Federal Communications Commission recently opened a proceeding to consider how to reform its collection of fees for the Universal Service Fund and may reach a decision in this matter late…

NTIA Officials Confirm Emphasis on Federal Agencies Sharing Spectrum
May 17, 2012

This week, officials from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) emphasized that Federal Agencies will need to share spectrum with commercial carriers in the futur…