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FCC Frees Bells from DSL-Sharing Rules

The FCC today freed the Bell companies from obligations to make their DSL networks available to independent Internet service providers. In a widely anticipated move, the commission reclassified wireline broadband providers as information services. Under previous rules, DSL was considered a telecommunications service, which meant providers had to open their high-speed networks to other ISPs […]

Regulatory News – Appeals Court Frees IXCs from Tariffs

Posted:  07/2000 Appeals Court Frees IXCs from Tariffs By Kim Sunderland All is not lost for the IXCs that lost a three-year battle with the FCC (www.fcc.gov) in federal appeals court over the requirement that they file federal tariffs outlining their rates or service changes. Earlier this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the […]

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