Posts Tagged ‘national broadband policy’

One Web Day DC 2008: E-Democracy and Information Policy, an Education and a Celebration

Expert Opinion September 22nd, 2008

WASHINGTON, September 22 – One Web Day, DC style: New York has a rally celebrating the Internet and its democratizing power, DC holds a panel session focused on the policies that could either expand the web as a democratizing force or stifle it.

Senate Committee Seeks Faster Internet and More Broadband Data

Broadband Data September 16th, 2008

WASHINGTON, September 16 – Senators on the Commerce Committee on Tuesday promoted the benefits of high-speed internet access and called for the passage of measures designed to provide more public information about broadband, and more broadband connectivity.

Aspen Dispatch: Over There, Telecom Markets and Policy Abroad

Expert Opinion August 20th, 2008

ASPEN, COLORADO, August 19 – Five nations, three continents, and a host of perspectives on telecom policy converged for the final panel of the 2008 Aspen Summit. Convening for a final engagement on the state of communication technologies markets and policies, lead by US Ambassador David Gross, some of the most prominent communications policy makers from Mexico, Spain, Germany and Japan discussed the way forward for governments seeking to unlock innovation around the world.

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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