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Exclusive — Doug Collins Asks FCC to Bar Netflix’s ‘Cuties’ from Future Broadcast on Public Channels

In an escalation in the battle over Netflix’s Cuties, Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) is asking the Federal Communications Commission to prohibit any future broadcast of the underage twerking movie on public television channels, saying in a letter, sent exclusively to Breitbart News, that the movie meets the standard of “obscene material” and therefore would not be protected by the First Amendment.

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GOP Senators Urge FCC to Clarify Section 230 Big Tech Immunity

Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), Kevin Cramer (R-ND), and Josh Hawley (R-MO) sent a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, asking the agency to clearly define the criteria for which big tech companies can receive legal immunity for moderating content on their platforms.


FCC’s Carr: Internet Speed Up 70% Since Repeal of Net Neutrality

Brendan Carr, a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, addressed the aftermath of the FCC’s decision to end net neutrality decision during an appearance on Breitbart News Sunday. Carr claimed that internet speeds have increased by 70 percent since the net neutrality decision.

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FCC Announces $200 Million Telehealth Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Wireline Competition Bureau announced on Friday that it would start accepting applications for the $200 million coronavirus telehealth program on Monday.

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Conservative Groups Urge Faster 5G Rollout to Beat China

Several conservative groups including FreedomWorks, R Street, and the Lincoln Network have sent a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, urging a faster rollout of 5G technologies in the United States to beat China. According to the letter, if America doesn’t step up the race to 5G, it will fail to compete with China, “a potentially devastating but avoidable outcome.”

Visitors look at a display for 5G wireless technology from Chinese technology firm Huawei