Cox partners with the Cleveland Clinic for home healthcare; Comcast rep says usage caps are law

More cable news from around the Internet:

> Cox Communications is partnering with the Cleveland Clinic medical center to develop a broadband-based, in-home healthcare service. Story

> The National Association of Broadcasters says the FCC has not been consistent in its treatment of Dish Network in the AWS-3 auction. Story

> A Comcast rep was captured on a SoundCloud recording telling a customer that usage caps are mandated by federal law. Story

> The FCC has modified its rules and deadlines to comply with the recently passed STELA Reauthorization Act of 2014. Story

> Tests conducted on Samsung smart TVs found that the user data they transmit is not encrypted. Story

> If the FCC buys 126 MHz of TV spectrum from broadcasters in its incentive auction next year, it should be able to sell it to wireless broadband operators for at least $84.9 billion, according to research commissioned by the Expanding Opportunities for Broadcasters Coalition. Story

And finally … Hallmark Channel parent Crown Media said advertising revenue spiked 12 percent in the fourth quarter. Story

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