Broadband Breakfast revisits what some state legislatures did to narrow broadband gaps.
Texas House passed partisan legislation on social media censorship, Adtran's $931M ADVA buy, Nokia worries about U.S. sanctions via association.
The bipartisan infrastructure framework faces hurdles before it because law. We'll discuss the process in Congress.
City is yet another in a growing field of municipalities aiming for a municipal fiber network.
The $3.2 billion program provides broadband and device subsidies to eligible low-income households.
FCC makes temporary changes for Ida, OneWeb says no to spectrum sharing, FCC proposes $5M for robocall scheme.
It's worth focusing on other broadband programs run by NTIA, including Tribal Connectivity, and Connecting Minority Communities.
When their connection to the World Wide Web was cut, Tuttle’s local leaders got to work.
State broadcasters associations want a proceeding in light of proposed fees it said unduly burdens the industry.
The FCC extends Form 477 comment deadline, AT&T secures State Department contract, mobile wireless driving equipment demand.
And lawmakers hope to iron out some wrinkles in infrastructure bill.
The program is designed to help schools, libraries and students.
The NTIA said $2.5B requested for broadband program, SpaceX ships 100K terminals, AMC appoints interim CEO.
Latest lawsuit illustrates the increasing fragility of Section 230 legal protections.
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Democrats divided on when to move infrastructure bill, FCC awards 2.5 GHz licenses, antitrust lawyer Sayyed to TechFreedom.
Webinar hears how critical mapping is to bridging the digital divide.
Both emerging and established internet service providers will stand to gain from SiFi Networks' shared broadband model.
Comcast's Noopur Davis says cyber attackers share information better than the private sector.
T-Mobile sued over breach, Google hopes judge reconsiders data reveal, UTOPIA Fiber expands into Syracuse City.
Party squabbles to delay infrastructure spending in the House.
August 20, 2021 – Pro-crypto House Democrats pushed back against the Senate Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s inclusion of crypto […]
Often characterized in the media as the Supreme Court of Facebook, Oversight Board members explained how the board actually functions.
Experts agreed that outreach and marketing to historically underserved and marginalized communities must be a part of the discussion.
FTC mounts another complaint against Facebook, Amazon warns third-party sellers about antitrust, Tesla autopilot investigated.
Chinese government appears to want bring its companies in line with its objectives.
Brendan Carr noted concern about possible overbuilding and lack of accountability in infrastructure bill.
In an interview with Broadband Breakfast, Technology Policy Institute President Scott Wallsten blamed bad mapping for RDOF mess.
The Executive Order may lead to sweeping changes in the way private companies report and share data regarding cyberbreaches.
Jamestown is hoping an open access network would make internet more affordable.
T-Mobile said millions subject to info hack, $61 billion to be spent on 5G phones, more Americans get affordable access.
Virginia's $700 million toward broadband, T-Mobile accused of lying about ending 3G services, and is accused of not paying tax.
At Aspen forum, a red-hot focus on Big Tech, antitrust and consumer welfare.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser urges a version of the Golden Rule: ‘What would someone else say?’
Muninetworks' Sean Gonsalves cracks open and investigates the infrastructure bill.
American Enterprise Institute fellow says app bill could harm, Arizona looking at broadband speeds, Verizon 5G expansion.
Blinken was touring the University of Maryland laboratories last week.
It's time to consider and look forward to Digital Infrastructure Investment as a part of Broadband Communities Summit.
Defaulters say new FCC mapping data shows areas they bid to connect are already adequately served.
Senators don't want apps beholden to Google and Apple, Verizon commits to interest group wants, states want robocall deadline sooner.