By John Eggerton, Multichannel News, 4-2-21

The FCC continues to signal that nothing has changed in the change of administrations, at least when it comes to a proceeding to pull the license from China Telecom so it can no longer connect with U.S. networks.

That came in its response to China Telecom’s petition to the court to review the FCC’s framework for adjudicating its fitness as an FCC licensee.

The FCC, then and now, views the Chinese telecom as a potential national security threat, as do the other government agencies included in national security reviews of foreign actor involvement with U.S. communications.  » Read More