FCC Website Not Working

When the FCC website is down it could be for a number of reasons such as when trying to access the site you get an HTTP Error 503 and the message fcc.gov is currently unable to handle this request, or maybe John Oliver crashes FCC because he wants you to comment on Net Neutrality over on www.gofccyourself.com and such comments can crash the Federal Communications Commission website.

FCC Website Not Working

The above are just a couple of reasons why the FCC website goes down, many other problems do occur such as server maintenance, RSS feeds not working, sometimes the browse by categories are stuck and not opening. If you are having any issues at all accessing FCC please do report below in the comments.

As we all know the FCC was created by Congressional statute and is an independent agency of USA, which was put into place to regulate interstate communications by radio, satellite, television, cable and wire in 50 states.

FCC status reports for Sunday 24th of September 2017

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  • Damian

    There was an FCC crash yet again, John Oliver no doubt been up to his good old lets comment trick again.

  • Clark

    Oliver once again crashes the FCC thanks to Neutrality comments.

  • GuestRichK235

    The site was up just a few minutes ago, but both Express and Filing pages for commenting on 17-108 ‘Restoring’ (hahahaha) Net Neutrality do not work. Express=cannot enter State. Filing=cannot enter address. Done on purpose to block comments? Only 34K comments?