The FCC Chairman That Killed the AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Resigns

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has resigned his post at the top of the agency. He'll formally leave within a few weeks. That leaves two of the top five spots open at the agency that regulates telecoms, carriers and cable operators. As with lots of top political figures, Genachowski's tenure was marked by both… » 3/22/13 10:37am 3/22/13 10:37am

FCC Chairman Wants Computer Apps to Function as Net Neutrality…

Sure, the FCC got some net neutrality standards in place, but the majority of people probably wouldn't know if their bandwidth was artificially throttled. That's why chairman Julius Genachowski wants computer apps to alert users of any such funny business. » 1/05/11 11:00pm 1/05/11 11:00pm

Comcast to FCC: FUZZOFF!

FCC's Julius Genachowski just took out his mighty sword to kill internet providers' greed-driven traffic filtering, and the fat cats are already attacking. A Comcast fat cat named David L. Cohen, who of course is playing the FUD card. » 9/21/09 4:13pm 9/21/09 4:13pm

FCC Wants to Ban Internet Traffic Screening, Anti-Torrent Measures

Julius Genachowski is the honorable Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. And Julius Genachowski is in to kick some telecommunications companies' ass, because he wants to introduce legislation to forbid content or traffic throttling. To avoid more comcasting, you know. » 9/21/09 2:24pm 9/21/09 2:24pm

Obama Picks a Net-Neutrality-Lovin' Techie For FCC Chair

The WSJ reports that Obama's pick for FCC chairman is Julius Genachowski, Obama's top tech adviser. He's the mastermind of the Obama's technology and innovation plan that supports net neutrality and ubiquitous cheap broadband. » 1/13/09 10:40am 1/13/09 10:40am