The conservative firebrand attributes says the banning of her personal Twitter is the result of social media’s left-wing bias.
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The US launches an effort to protect the open internet with 60 other countries.
Antitrust legislation and child privacy were topics of discussion during a Senate Commerce budget hearing Wednesday.
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There are new proposed rules that offer legal protections to those aiding in enforcement efforts against illegal robocalls.
Former North Dakota senator sounds practical, but she is misreading quotes or taking them out of context.
Consumers should know what they are purchasing and what they are getting with internet speeds.
Letter claims antitrust bills would cost the economy $319 billion.
One of the nation's top broadband conferences is right around the corner.
Alan Davidson urges the importance of state activity in deploying broadband funds.
The FCC makes advancements towards more efficient spectrum use throughout the country.
The EU law would require certain large tech companies to better regulate disinformation and misinformation.
Digital literacy gap and lack of outreach are part of the digital divide.
Increased focus on middle mile is necessary for access to effective connectivity.
Different state privacy laws stifle competition and places burdens on small companies, experts say.
Twitter's board is reportedly re-considering Musk's $43 billion cash offer.
The former president targeted the decision making of those in power at major social media companies.
“We have put our thumb on the scale for fiber,” said Joseph Wender, director the Treasury Department's broadband fund.
AT&T executives emphasized role of fixed-wireless as crucial to serving rural Americans.
A number of players have pitched the idea of having big tech platforms pay into the basic telecommunications fund.
International alert warns about Russian cyberattacks.
Broadband Breakfast's annual Digital Infrastructure Investment conference unites broadband officials with fund managers, institutional investors and private equity.
'The Fed seems a little bit more uncertain about' digital currency versus other nations, another panelist said Tuesday.
How COVID and supply chain woes are driving $52 billion in incentives for domestic production of semiconductor chips.
A coalition of telecommunication trade associations were unable to sway the court.
Mobile broadband is largely ignored by federal connectivity efforts.
Aiken was previously the president and CEO of the Wireless Internet Service Provers Association.
The legal brief comes at a time when the FCC studies the future of the fund.
Scholars debate stablecoins as their use increases.
Government officials continue to warn about potential Russian cyberattacks.
Cities should prioritize competitive processes to select an open access neutral host infrastructure provider.
T-Mobile was also named the most consistent mobile operator and topped 5G download speeds.
Fixed wireless providers will be given an opportunity to view data about their served regions ahead of fabric roll-out.
Columbia University researcher shared her perspectives at event hosted by The Atlantic that featured former President Barack Obama.
NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson broke news on infrastructure implementation during his conversation with Broadband Breakfast this week.
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Money coming from the IIJA must be flexible and include extensive private contributions, Davidson said at Broadband Breakfast event.
Google's Chief Internet Evangelist Vint Cerf warned against government intervention in online moderation.
Elon Musk proposes to take Twitter private.