Senators released declassified material on the CIA's bulk data collection program.
The program, previously the Emergency Broadband Benefit, was extended by the infrastructure bill.
A Senate Judiciary bill is facing industry criticism on its effectiveness.
Observers from the event say the chairwoman’s remarks were her most substantive yet on the matter.
Commentators concerned existing middle-mile infrastructure not used to drive last-mile home.
Getting to know cryptocurrencies and understanding social media among suggestions from the representative.
Microsoft's new app rules get ahead of federal legislation targeting unsavory app store practices.
Sohn decided to recuse herself after controversy surrounding her service as a board member of the group operating Locast.
Aiken helped elevate the profile of the wireless association in Washington.
Universal broadband has not been achieved, in part, because previous grant funding has often been misspent.
The FCC announced an additional $126 million from the Emergency Connectivity Fund.
Expanding the number of internet providers eligible to contribute to the fund may decrease costs for telecommunications providers and consumers.
Cross-agency task force to focus on policies to combat digital discrimination and promote equal access to broadband
Lenovo, Facebook and Microsoft sit on board of non-profit group led by Interim Executive Director Lisa Plaggemier.
Lack of coordination, information sharing was raised as possible culprits in aviation-5G crisis.
A new study argues the FCC’s new Affordable Connectivity Program should improve its outreach and enrollment procedures.
A partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services will expand connectivity for tribal communities.
Targeting Apple and Google Play stores, bill forbids 50 million+ user marketplaces from requiring developers to use in-app payment options.
Bringing back transaction costs for messages or phone calls may be a way to deter spam messages.
Shekinah Pepper said Wednesday tribal communities should be on alert for service providers asking for chunks of subsidies upfront.
Kinetic, a Windstream business, is plowing millions for broadband expansion in Georgia.
The measure would restrict unwanted voicemails appearing in consumers’ inboxes.
The NTIA has made key leadership hires just weeks after its head was confirmed by the Senate.
Accurate maps will allow federal dollars to target unserved and underserved areas.
Artificial intelligence, disguised as helpful hints on web search results, is already having an active effect on society.
CEO contrasted SiFi Network's model versus the Google Fiber model that builds infrastructure where there’s demand.
Telecom industry associations are asking for an exemption from 'Buy American' provisions in the infrastructure bill.
The program has allowed more providers to open telehealth services and is creating more audio-only sessions.
The EU has sweeping privacy rules in place that could further influence global companies, as U.S. still without unified legislation.