Posts Tagged ‘Broadband Policy Summit IV’

Broadband Adoption Panel Emphasizes Making a Use Case

Broadband's Impact June 15th, 2010

WASHINGTON, June 15, 2010- Broadband adoption is a multifaceted and complex issue which involves a number of stakeholders and was the subject of the second panel at the Broadband Policy Summit VI. The panel consisted of representatives from organizations that advocate on the behalf of the elderly, rural Americans, and low income Americans.

Indiana's Larry Landis: Mapping Provides a Guide for Broadband Policy

States October 22nd, 2008

October 22 – In an interview with BroadbandCensus.com, Indiana Utility Regulatory Commissioner Larry Landis reflected on the value of various efforts to obtain broadband data. He also made reference to his earlier work in the private sector, and the impact that high-technology tools can have on such efforts.

Comcast-BitTorrent, Wireless Net Neutrality Issues Stir Debate at Broadband Policy Summit

Net Neutrality June 15th, 2008

June 14 – Critics and proponents of Network Neutrality squaring off on the topic on Friday agreed that recent actions by both cable and wireless providers had had re-vivified the debate about the topic.

Ambassador: U.S. Wireless Policies Emulated by Developing Nations

Wireless June 15th, 2008

June 13 – America’s wireless policies continue to be emulated by developing nations, Ambassador David Gross, United States coordinator for international communications and information policy, said Friday.

Rep. Cliff Sterns Decries Net Neutrality Rules

Net Neutrality June 15th, 2008

June 12 – Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., decried the move to impose Network Neutrality on broadband carriers, speaking at a keynote luncheon address at the Broadband Policy Summit IV here.

Questions about Broadband Data Swirl at Broadband Policy Summit

Broadband Data June 15th, 2008

June 12 – Questions about the availability and detail of broadband data featured prominently in presentations and in discussions at Thursday’s sessions of Broadband Policy Summit IV.

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