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Brookings Panel Debates Wireless Spectrum Policy, AT&T-T-Mobile Deal

Congress, FCC, Media ownership, Spectrum, Wireless March 31st, 2011

WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – The Brookings Institution assembled leading telecommunications experts and business representatives on Wednesday to discuss the future of spectrum policy and the impending merger between AT&T and T-Mobile.

Fiber to the Library Gets Momentum with Google, NATOA Endorsements

Broadband Stimulus, Broadband's Impact, NTIA October 1st, 2009

WASHINGTON, October 1, 2009 – Libraries could serve as platforms for successful use of stimulus funds if existing broadband infrastructure is upgraded to next-generation standards, the Fiber to the Library initiative said Wednesday. The project said that it had received endorsements from Google, the Fiber to the Home project and the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors.

FCC Eyes Apple’s Blockage of Google Voice

Broadband's Impact, FCC, National Broadband Plan August 6th, 2009

WASHINGTON, August 6, 2009 – A top Federal Communications Commission official sent letters of inquiry on Friday to Apple, AT&T and Google over Apple’s move to block Google’s voice technology on the iPhone.

Execs, Experts Say Broadband Policies Must Balance Competition, Access

Broadband's Impact, FCC, National Broadband Plan June 18th, 2009

ARLINGTON, Va., June 18, 2009 – Broadband policies must adapt to ensure both competition and quality service for all consumers, a group of industry executives and policy experts said Thursday during at the Pike and Fischer Broadband Policy Summit.

Net Neutrality Advocates: Wireless Carriers' Network Management Must be 'Reasonable'

Net Neutrality November 7th, 2008

SAN JOSE, November 7 – Emboldened by their summertime victory against Comcast, advocates of network neutrality said Thursday that the next front in battle for the principle would be against wireless carriers who make “unreasonable” network management decisions.

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