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5G14 hours ago

Federal Communications Commission Proposal for Unlicensed Spectrum in 6 GHz Band Widely-Praised

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Broadband Roundup19 hours ago

Coronavirus Roundup: Speedy FCC Web Meeting, NCTA Broadband Dashboard, GEO’s New Mapping Tool

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Privacy and Security24 hours ago

Although Privacy is on a Back Burner, California May Outdo Its Own State Law in November

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Health1 day ago

Speaking to Utah Entrepreneurs, Sen. Romney Emphasizes Communication and Says, ‘We Have to Stop Looking Like Italy’

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Broadband Roundup2 days ago

Coronavirus Roundup: Fighting Against the Homework Gap, No Fixed Data Caps in U.K., Gigabit Libraries on Role in Pandemic

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FCC3 days ago

FCC Praises $200 Million for Telemedicine, Outlines Process for Up To $1 Million in Aid Per Applicant

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Broadband Roundup3 days ago

Coronavirus Roundup: FCC Grants Waiver to WISPs, CenturyLink on USNS Mercy, Precursor on Techlash

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Broadband Roundup6 days ago

Coronavirus Roundup: FCC Extends Rural Health Care Deadlines, Public Knowledge Tracks Misinformation, AEI on Regulation

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Broadband TV6 days ago

Special Webcast from Broadband Breakfast Partner Gigabit Libraries on Friday, March 27 – What Is a Library if the Building is Closed?

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Education6 days ago

Restricting Kids’ Online Usage Should Focus on Content Rather Than Screen Time, Say Panelists at Slate Event

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Broadband TV6 days ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 – The Importance of Universal Broadband in the Age of the Coronavirus

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Broadband TV6 days ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Monday, March 30, 2020 – Coronavirus Conversation With Millennials from Around the World

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Digital Inclusion7 days ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online Panelists, and Others in EdTech, Agree that Internet is Not Optional Anymore

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Antitrust7 days ago

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Brings Global Antitrust Experts Together in Videoconference

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Broadband Data7 days ago

States Swap Best Broadband Practices in Follow-Up To Pew Charitable Trust Report

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Broadband Roundup7 days ago

Coronavirus Roundup: Senate Passes CARES Act with $200 Million for Telehealth, National Emergency Library, CoSN Webinar

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FCC1 week ago

FCC Delays Auction of Citizens Broadband Radio Service Frequences in Light of COVID-19 Pandemic from Coronavirus

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Broadband Data1 week ago

FCC Policy Advisor Evan Swarztrauber Says Internet Holding Up to Demands for Broadband Connectivity Under Coronavirus

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Rural1 week ago

Precision Agriculture is About Harvesting Data as Well as Harvesting Fields, Say Experts at FCC Task Force Meeting

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Broadband Roundup1 week ago

Coronavirus Roundup: Amy Klobuchar Presses Critical Connections, CRS Outlines Broadband Challenges, INCOMPAS Filing

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Education1 week ago

Arizona State University Journalism Dean Says Students Can Still ‘Report From Home’ During Coronavirus

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Spectrum1 week ago

Tech and Telecom Companies Criticize Broadcasters Spectrum Usage (or the Lack Thereof) at Free State Foundation

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FCC1 week ago

Friendly Rivals: Former Colleagues Mike O’Rielly and Mignon Clyburn Amicably Disagree on Role of FCC

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Broadband TV1 week ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Thursday, March 26, 2020 – Broadband, the Coronavirus and K-12 Education

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Broadband TV1 week ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 – Ensuring Connectivity During the Coronavirus

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Broadband Roundup1 week ago

Coronavirus Roundup: 5G and Broadband DATA Signed, Google’s Coronavirus Web Site, Facebook’s Face Masks

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Health1 week ago

Speaking from Self-Quarantine, Mitt Romney Blasts Democrats for Stalling Coronavirus Relief Bill

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Digital Inclusion1 week ago

Free Press Proposes Government Spend $100 Billion for Broadband Services in Stimulus

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Digital Inclusion1 week ago

The Coronavirus Means That Americans Need Free and Low-Cost Broadband Now More Than Ever

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Broadband TV1 week ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 – How Are Broadband Journalists Covering the Coronavirus?

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Broadband Roundup1 week ago

Coronavirus Roundup: Gaps in Stimulus Package, AT&T on Wi-Fi Traffic, Market-Based Solutions to Digital Divide

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Artificial Intelligence1 week ago

Panelist at Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Event Say Deepfakes Are a Double-Edged Sword

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Antitrust1 week ago

Witnesses at Senate Hearing Criticize Google and Say Antitrust Case ‘Could be Brought Today’

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Broadband TV2 weeks ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Monday, March 23, 2020 – Free and Low Cost Internet Plans During Coronavirus

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Free Speech2 weeks ago

Journalists Practice Social Distancing on Zoom in Future Tense Event on Coronavirus and Civil Liberties

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Broadband Mapping2 weeks ago

Commerce Department’s NTIA Details Its New-Found Progress in Broadband Mapping Technology

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Broadband Data2 weeks ago

Searching for Clues: Will Coronavirus Break the Internet?

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Broadband TV2 weeks ago

Broadband Breakfast Live Online on Friday, March 20, 2020 – Measuring and Understanding Bandwidth Usage During the Coronavirus

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FCC2 weeks ago

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr Praises FCC’s ‘Unprecedented Effort’ to Ensuring Connectivity During Coronavirus

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Broadband Roundup2 weeks ago

Coronavirus Roundup: White House Messaging, Studios Stream ‘Box Office’ Films, and Broadband Speeds

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