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Mike O’Rielly Dec 1
Interesting & timely: minus the movie references, add magnets to list for ways to remove space debris.
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Mike O’Rielly Dec 1
Was out of pocket last night & just learning details of Alaska earthquake and aftershocks. Amazing...”Despite the confusion, Anchorage authorities said Friday night that no fatalities or serious injuries were reported.”
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Mike O’Rielly Dec 1
May God welcome him with open arms.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 29
Many thanks for including me at such an important and insightful event!
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 29
Great to see focus attention on pirate investigations. Comm lawyers need to know respects law & will police against pirates! One of agency's original missions & remains high priority for this FCC. Plus, possible new tools from Congress on issue will help greatly!
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 29
My latest blog and last update this year on 9-1-1 fee diverting states & territories is posted for review: . We await new report, expected at end of year, that will outline diverting states & territories for 2017.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 29
We're getting a lot closer on ESC & SAS deployment for 3.5 GHz (CBRS)! Lab testing commenced. End of year looks difficult but early Q1 is real likelihood.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 28
Replying to @FCC
With WV good news, & American people now left with Dirty Half Dozen of 9-1-1 Fee Diverting States & Territories : RI, NJ, NY, MO, MT, & Guam. Much more work to do as some are really committed to stealing consumer-paid fees for other spending at expense of public safety!
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 28
Great news: Firm commitment & leadership by WV Governor, , to end 9-1-1 fee diversion in his state. Thank you! See exchange of letters here & links: &
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Phoenix Center Nov 28
Please join us for the Phoenix Center's 18th Annual US Telecoms Symposium next Tuesday (12/4) w/ all-star lineup. We will be talking , & w/ a keynote from Commissioner . And, as always, mimosas will be served.
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WifiForward Nov 27
FCC Commissioners & will join us Thursday for a fireside chat on , , and more. There's still time to RSVP for our second annual here:
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 27
Sharing editorial regarding diversion of 9-1-1 fees paid by consumers. While continuing to stay out of internal politics, Guam leadership needs to end diversion now!
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 26
Replying to @mikeofcc
How is it possible that for almost three years the capabilities of Guam's 9-1-1 system were compromised -- no recording ability -- but leadership wasn't informed or didn't know? Guam's government needs to stop stealing consumer paid fees & modernize its system.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 26
ICYMI: story from early Nov discusses 's effort to use TV white spaces to bring Americans broadband, especially rural areas. I’ve directed my staff to get added details & see just how such technology can reduce unserved household count.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 26
This 's story highlights awful fact that Guam's 9-1-1 fee diversion causes multiple harms. Guam's consumers pay the fees & rewarded with broken system. Diversion must end! E911 system unable to record emergency calls via
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 14
Newly introduced bill by & to require an annual valuation of Federal government spectrum holdings is a great step forward for spectrum efficiency! See my statement →
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 5
Good news indeed! And couldn’t agree more: U.S. needs to demand an improved . A better functioning organization will allow it to focus on complex spectrum issues coming in future.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 1
Great news out of Dubai today: Member states elected Doreen Bogden Martin into leadership position — a right and necessary action. Congrats Doreen! Looking forward to seeing your discussed vision implemented.
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Mike O’Rielly Nov 1
Many thanks to International Institute of Communications Canada (iic -canada) for allowing me to 16th Annual Conference In Ottawa. Spirited questions and welcoming crowd!
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Mike O’Rielly Oct 30
Great event this morning discussing Smart Cities. My topics covered included associated technology, fiber, spectrum, transportation & privacy. Here are pics and link to speech:
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