The FCC Won’t Release Internal Memos About the Time Warner-Charter Merger

By Matt Novak

In April, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that the agency would approve the merger of Time Warner Cable and Charter, paving the way for the creation of the second largest cable and internet provider in the country. The company’s products are now marketed under the brand Spectrum. Today the FCC denied Gizmodo’s request for documents about the merger and gave us the FOIA equivalent of a middle finger.

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