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Africa11 hours ago

Africa’s Informal Sector Marred by Small Manufacturing Base and Low Technology Adoption, Brookings Experts Say

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Spectrum12 hours ago

Wireless Internet Providers Excited About Multiple Spectrum Sharing Opportunities, Including FCC Priority Access

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Mapping1 day ago

FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks Gives the Broadband Scoreboard at SHLB: FCC Maps-0, Libraries-1

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Senate1 day ago

Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Tackles Question of Public Versus Private Auction of C-Band Spectrum

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

FCC1 day ago

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr Touts Work on Enhancing Telehealth and Flexible Spectrum

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Free Speech2 days ago

Internet Industry Under the Microscope as House Committee Grills Witnesses on Liability for Online Content

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust2 days ago

Big Tech Gets a Big Lashing by Democratic Presidential Candidates, on Antitrust, Section 230 and Data Privacy

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

China1 week ago

China Experts Advise Political Leaders to Tone Down Disputes, Cite Benefits of Bilateral Trade with China

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Data1 week ago

With or Without Negative Latency, Google Stadia Likely to Massively Churn Broadband Bandwidth

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Roundup1 week ago

Broadband Roundup: FCC Authorizes More Connect America Funding, NextLink Expands Coverage, Connected Nation in Ohio

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

5G1 week ago

Questions of Public vs. Private Auction and Role of 5G Spectrum Dominate Conference on C-Band

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Expert Opinion1 week ago

Ron Quirk: FCC Again Proposes to Enlarge Service Areas for Wireless Public Access Licenses

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Net Neutrality2 weeks ago

D.C. Circuit’s Decision in Net Neutrality Case Likely to Open New Fronts of Attack Against FCC

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

National Broadband Plan2 weeks ago

Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg: Democratic Presidential Candidates With a Broadband Plan

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust2 weeks ago

Broadband Roundup: Comcast vs. Google, Sprint’s Open 5G Network, Ransomware Rises

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Net Neutrality2 weeks ago

D.C. Circuit Court Upholds FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s Repeal of Net Neutrality, But Allows States to Fill the Void

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Mapping & Data3 weeks ago

Comments on Digital Opportunity Data Collection Largely Supportive of FCC’s New Mapping Initiative

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Roundup3 weeks ago

FCC Commissioner Starks Charges Malfeasance by Sprint, Spectrum Sharing Bill, Facebook’s Rules for Pols

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust3 weeks ago

Senators Continue to Grill Witnesses About Perceived Lack of Antitrust Enforcement Against Big Tech

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Tribal Broadband3 weeks ago

Wireless Broadband Likely to be a Key Component in Getting Broadband to Tribal Country

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Social Media4 weeks ago

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Goes to Washington

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

5G4 weeks ago

FCC’s Technology Advisory Committee Reprises Preemption of Localities, But This Time Over Small Cell Aesthetics

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Spectrum1 month ago

Many Facets of Wireless Industry Join to Celebrate Launch of OnGo Using Mid-Band Spectrum

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband and Democratization1 month ago

Benton Foundation Renamed Benton Institute for Broadband and Society, Renewed Focus on Advanced Internet Networks

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust1 month ago

Who’s On First? Congress Upset With Wasteful and Petty Antitrust Squabbles Between Justice and FTC

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

5G1 month ago

Broadband Roundup: CBRS on a Roll, Innovation Fund in Rural California, Another Verizon 5G Announcement

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Roundup1 month ago

Broadband Roundup: FCC Announces More Rural Funding, Everyone On Expands Footprint, US Telecom Gets Political

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Mapping & Data1 month ago

With FCC Broadband Maps Denounced as ‘Terrible,’ Members of Congress Drill Into Details For Improvement

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Digital Inclusion1 month ago

Digital Literacy Legend and Rural Telecommunications Congress Board Member Gene Crick Dies

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust1 month ago

Addressing the Impact of Big Data Upon Antitrust is More Complicated Than a Big Tech Breakup

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

NTIA1 month ago

Speaking at Commerce Department Symposium, Federal Agencies Doubt Benefits of Spectrum Plan

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust1 month ago

Broadband Roundup: Everyone (Almost) Gangs Up on Google, Muni Broadband Fact Sheet, SHLB Anchornet Conference

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust1 month ago

Broadband Roundup: Two Separate State Antitrust investigations of Google and Facebook, and Broadband Mapping

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Privacy and Security1 month ago

Comparing Privacy Policies for Wearable Fitness Trackers: Apple, Fitbit, Xiaomi and Under Armour

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Broadband Mapping & Data1 month ago

Broadband Roundup: House Energy and Commerce to Focus on Broadband Maps, Rural Digital Divide Woes, C-Band Sharing

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Privacy and Security1 month ago

Ranking Digital Rights Project Seeks to Compare Privacy and Free Expression by Big Tech and Internet Companies

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Free Speech2 months ago

Part IV: As Hate Speech Proliferates Online, Critics Want to See and Control Social Media’s Algorithms

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Free Speech2 months ago

Part III: The GOP Wants to Kill the Fairness Doctrine, Then Applies It to the Internet

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Antitrust2 months ago

Justice Department Collaborating with State Attorneys General’s Antitrust Investigation of Big Tech, Says Chief

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...

Free Speech2 months ago

Part II: Senators Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz Want to Repeal Section 230 and Break the Internet

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2010 - The Electronic Frontier Foundation is, unsurprisingly, in support of Net neutrality rules. They feel that...