The FCC’s May 10 order said schools and libraries could not use connectivity funds to build self-provisioned networks.
This session will consider the many active conversations currently taking place among smaller internet companies. The interest and momentum behind mergers and acquisitions presents an opportunity...
Experts say efforts to convince lawmakers of the importance of broadband are finally bearing fruit.
Amazon is entangled in local legal cases that could set off lawsuits for third-party products sold on its platform.
China's digital savvy and its influence over developing countries is concerning some experts.
Study finds income doesn't exactly explain adoption among minorities, lawmakers criticize Amazon-MGM, Benton awards.
Brendan Carr said Big Tech can make critical decisions on who sees what on the internet.
Organizations signed a formal list of 70 public complaints against the social media giant.
AT&T will no longer support 3G networks by 2022, Iowa's broadband bill, Mayor de Blasio ending distance learning.
Brendan Carr said big tech companies have benefitted from the internet -- so they should contribute.
Republican representative Bob Latta said Section 230 is not going anywhere anytime soon.
AT&T settles for $1.5 million, DeSantis signs social media law, Ohio broadband fund, and broadband for all.
As Florida's governor signs new social media law, Section 230 is on a collision course with reform and the law.
The Biden administration aims to support broadband as the New Deal measure provided electricity in isolated rural areas.
Libraries can do for telehealth what they did for broadband: Provide low-income folks with access to digital and healthcare literacy.
Experts argue the 5G core network may need to be open to fully realize goals of next-gen wireless networks.
Artificial intelligence is said to open up a new age of economic development, but its complexity could hamper its rollout.
May 24, 2021– Positron Access Solutions aims to provide fixed wireless networks to areas where it may otherwise be to […]
Biden willing to go $65B on broadband, Republican infrastructure plan, gigabit opportunity zone bill, David Ige's telecom past.
The bipartisan Hassan-Capito bill would provide state and local governments with new financing options for broadband projects.
With the growing requirements of low-latency, high-speed networks, the transition to 5G has become paramount, particularly for internet of things.
Panelists share experiences of building broadband projects with the backing of the community.
The FCC voted to cut the time small providers had to become STIR/SHAKEN compliant by one year.
In the wake of the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, a new group emerges.
Ernesto Falcon of the EFF says expansion of fiber is the only way California keeps up with demand for broadband.
The NTIA will prioritize projects that bring broadband to greatest number of homes.
Fed funding prioritizing trusted network supplies, Frontier sued for speed claims, Charter wants waiver on areas, Internet Explorer support ending.
Advocates want age 13 and over for privacy protection as Senate sees COPPA reform proposal.
NTCA's Shirley Bloomfield on driving improvements for rural broadband.
SpaceX signs Google cloud deal, NTIA adds states to maps, 77 percent of Alaskans getting 2 gig internet by 2022.
The NARUC Broadband Task Force said mapping, better funding program coordination and support for non-traditional providers key for broadband roll-out.
If fiber speeds don't increase -- and 5G meets the hype -- consumers could use wireless for the home.
Mediacom goes after Google muni deal, majority of Americans want broadband supports, FCC data over-reports broadband availability.
In the second in a series of explainers, Broadband Breakfast looks at the quickly emerging topic of spectrum sharing, as 5G ramps up against the finite...
AT&T spins out WarnerMedia, California putting $7B in broadband, tribal lands get licences, and TPRC events virtual for now.
Biden orders FCC and FTC to stand down on Trump-era order targeting social media companies.
Experts argued for clearer communications and training for Americans not used to connectivity.
In the lawsuit over the massively popular game Fortnite, it’s easy for people to take sides based on our attachment to it.
Carr credited the U.S.'s success in telecom to policies that were implemented by the FCC under the Trump administration.
Ajit Ghuman said Americans generally would pay more for full privacy -- including on smartphone purchases.