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CBA's Criticism of Senate Testimony on C-Band Is Ludicrous

In response to testimony provided to the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government, the C-Band Alliance (CBA), which is currently comprised of three foreign satellite companies, issued a letter  to “correct...

Thomas Schatz October 23, 2019
Press

Citizens Against Government Waste President Tom Schatz Testifies on Mid-band Spectrum

For Immediate Release Contact: Ally Abrams 202-467-5310 October 17, 2019  

Alexandra Abrams October 17, 2019
The WasteWatcher

The Restoring Internet Freedom Order Court Decision

The Federal Communications Commission’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order (RIFO), which determined that broadband internet access services (BIAS) are an information service under Title I of the Communications Act of 1934, was u

Deborah Collier October 2, 2019
Press

CAGW Response to Court Decision on the Restoring Internet Freedom Order

For Immediate Release    Contact: Ally Abrams 202-467-5310 October 1, 2019    

Alexandra Abrams October 1, 2019
The WasteWatcher

A National Framework is Needed for Privacy Protection

It is a rare occasion when business interests come together and tell the government, “please regulate us.”  But that is exactly what is occurring in the area of data privacy.

Deborah Collier September 16, 2019
Press

Citizens Against Government Waste Hosts Steering Clear: Setting the Record Straight on AVs, 5G and the 5.9 GHz Band Event

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) hosted an event to discuss some common misconceptions about technological developments, connected vehicles, 5G and DSRC/C-V2X.

Alexandra Abrams September 11, 2019
The WasteWatcher

Time is Ticking on USMCA

In 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) entered into force, creating a partnership between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico that progressively eliminated tariffs and all duties and quantitative restrictions, except for a limited number...

Deborah Collier September 10, 2019
Press

CAGW Statement on T-Mobile and Sprint Merger

For Immediate Release Contact: Ally Abrams 202-467-5310 August 14, 2019  

Alexandra Abrams August 14, 2019
The WasteWatcher

Federal Spectrum Turf War Could Hand 5G Victory to China

As the United States tries to win the global race to 5G, federal agencies should stop setting up roadblocks that could prevent a much-needed victory.  The Departments of Commerce, Defense, Education, and Transportation have filed objections to...

Thomas Schatz August 12, 2019
The WasteWatcher

Elizabeth Warren’s Broadband Boondoggle

In her latest attempt to bilk taxpayers out of their money, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has proposed an $85 billion plan to provide universal high-speed internet in rural neighborhoods.  The plan w

Alexandra Abrams August 7, 2019
The WasteWatcher

Modern Television Laws Can Prevent Blackouts

Television retransmission disputes, which lead to various broadcast blackouts, tend to get ugly before they get better.  There are currently two retransmission disputes affecting service on DirecTV.

Deborah Collier August 7, 2019
The WasteWatcher

Hope Ahead for VA/DOD Interoperability

In 1982, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DOD) were charged by Congress to share patient information for servicemembers transitioning from DOD into the VA health care system.  This transition process has been...

Deborah Collier August 7, 2019

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