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The Regulatory Mix - Friday, March 14, 2014

Posted by Amy Gross

The Regulatory Mix, TMI’s daily blog of regulatory activities, is a snapshot of PUC, FCC, legislative, and occasionally court, issues that our regulatory monitoring team uncovers each day. Depending on their significance, some items may be the subject of a TMI Regulatory Bulletin.

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Topics: NSA, FCC, The Regulatory Mix, broadband, US Senate

The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Posted by Amy Gross

The Regulatory Mix, TMI’s daily blog of regulatory activities, is a snapshot of PUC, FCC, legislative, and occasionally court, issues that our regulatory monitoring team uncovers each day. Depending on their significance, some items may be the subject of a TMI Regulatory Bulletin.

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Topics: NSA, FCC, The Regulatory Mix, energy competition, Wyoming, New Jersey

The Regulatory Mix - Monday, February 10, 2014

Posted by Amy Gross

The Regulatory Mix, TMI’s daily blog of regulatory activities, is a snapshot of PUC, FCC, legislative, and occasionally court, issues that our regulatory monitoring team uncovers each day. Depending on their significance, some items may be the subject of a TMI Regulatory Bulletin.

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Topics: NSA, FCC, The Regulatory Mix, energy competition, US House of Representatives, rural call completion, CVAA

Senators Speak Out on Proposed Changes to NSA Surveillance Data Collection Program

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New Reporting Methods for National Security Orders Announced

Posted by Amy Gross

To resolve a dispute that began last year after former government contractor Edward J. Snowden revealed that F.B.I. and National Security Agency surveillance programs rely heavily on data from U.S. email providers, video chat services, and social networking companies, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has agreed to permit communications providers to make more detailed disclosures about the number of national security orders and requests they received and the number of customer accounts targeted under those orders and requests. In return, the firms that filed the lawsuits against the government in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) Court seeking the ability to publish more information about the requests (Google, Inc., Microsoft Corp., Yahoo, Inc., Facebook, Inc., and LinkedIn Corp.) agreed to seek dismissal of the lawsuits with prejudice.

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Topics: NSA

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