Two Republican-led states sued the Biden administration over alleged collusion with tech companies.
Associations agreed on the need for baseline federal privacy legislation.
Summit moderators will set the stage for timely discussions on content moderation, privacy and competition.
Court decisions on Texas and Florida “must-carry” laws disagreed on whether online platforms should be regulated as common carriers.
Panelists argued that ethical concerns about digital privacy and AI are not unfounded, but rather unfairly targeted at certain countries.
Industry associations have agreed that the FCC's rip and replace program needs more funding.
The U.S. must remain a market leader in the satellite sector, said Energy and Commerce Ranking Member Frank Pallone
The NTIA claims that Apple and Google take advantage of their app stores to put unfair limitations on their competitors.
The FCC said that MV Realty used the PhoneBurner dialing platform, and ordered Twilio to disconnect the companies.
Discuss the state of the broadband workforce, what is being done to develop it and what challenges still lie ahead.
Panelists are concerned that states may not have had the prescriptive guidance needed to maximize funding.
Agency officials outlined helpful material for states looking to develop digital equity plans.
It will be the first time TikTok's CEO will appear for a congressional hearing.
Former President Trump will face heightened penalties for future, repeated violations of Facebook's and Meta's policies.
South Korean courts have rejected attempts to mix net neutrality arguments into payment disputes.
Some states' attorneys general are suing a realtor for alleged robocall scheme.
Panelists disagreed over the merits of Section 230’s protections and the extent to which they apply.
BEAD requirements a unique opportunity for underrepresented communities to be involved in broadband builds.
The lawsuit accuses the company of abusing a monopoly over the technology that controls the digital advertising market.
The court has not yet agreed to hear the cases, but multiple justices have commented on their importance.
'Utilities have been willing to perform these voluntary pole replacements because they have been compensated for it.'
FCC received over 1 million challenges to mapping data and added 1 million locations.
Campus TikTok bans could have negative consequences for students.
In Emergency Broadband Benefit case, Q Link claimed excessive market value of devices, the FCC said.
An agency official said states have asked for guidance on how to handle local challenges.