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Initial Comments Received Regarding MBC Article 52 Preemption Petition

Published June 14th, 2017 by Valerie

Multifamily Broadband Council has been hard at work in support of our petition asking the FCC to preempt Article 52 of the San Francisco Police Code. Thank you to all of of our members who were able to submit comments of support.  

Here’s where things shake out so far. In our initial round of comments that were due in May, 26 parties filed in the opening round. Opponent commenters had six comments against our petition. The remaining twenty commenters were in support of our FCC preemption request, and generally consisted of service providers and real estate or property management companies, along with a few trade associations.
 
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PRESS RELEASE: MBC Asks FCC to Overturn San Francisco Ordinance

Published February 27th, 2017 by Valerie

The Multifamily Broadband Council (MBC), which represents small, independent communications companies that provide broadband-related services to multifamily communities and their vendors, has filed two petitions with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) challenging Article 52 of the San Francisco Police Code.

FCC Set-Top Box NPRM Update, Small Operators Excluded?

Published March 2nd, 2016 by Admin

FCC proposes a new ruling on Set-Top Boxes to "unlock the box" and not have them available for purchase rather than rental. Will small operators be excluded from ruling?

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