News of Note—Supreme Court passes on net neutrality, Huawei in the U.K., the LG V40's reception and more

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Here are some other stories we're following today: 

> The FCC chairman issued a demand to the telecom industry to reduce robocalls. Release

> Some elements in the U.K. government appear to be moving against Huawei. Light Reading article

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> The Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to the Obama administration's net neutrality rules. The Wall Street Journal article

> According to a new series of tests, the LG V40 has the best cellular reception of any phone. PCMag article

> Amazon's Alexa won't call 911. The Wall Street Journal article

> The GSMA outlined its requirements for 5G spectrum. Release

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