TURN battles corporate law-making
FRESNO, California (KFSN)—The California Public Utilities Commission held one of its travelling meetings in Fresno on Thursday. Many in the audience came to speak out against
AT&T loves its profitable customers but not those who depend on them the most.
As younger generations turn to cellphones and telecommunications firms push Internet-based voice service, traditional copper-wire land
Is Senate Utilities Committee in AT&T’s pocket?
SACRAMENTO—An industry-backed bill that would preempt state agencies from regulating Internet-enabled voice and data transmissions won unanimous approval from a state Senate committee
Coalition forms to defend universal phone service and defeat SB 1161
For Immediate Release from TURN, The Utility Reform Network
Wednesday, April 11, 2011, Sacramento—Phone-company sponsored SB 1161 (Padilla) would
Consumer protections have diminished significantly since the California Public Utilities Commission deregulated phone rates in 2006 and adopted a new "hands-off" approach toward telecommunications, according to a report released by
A groundbreaking study released today by TURN, proves that telephone service deregulation in California is a disaster, an phone company competition a myth.
For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform
GET ICE OUT OF OUR REFRIGERATORS- STOP Smart Meter Spying!
Farfetched as it seems, smart meters can give away an enormous amount of information about customers, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wants it. Federal immigration authorities are