September 29, 2020 – Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr was the odd man out in a conversation about Section 230 […]
September 24, 2020 — Although much of the focus over proposed changes to Section 230 centers around how Big Tech […]
September 17, 2020 – Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr on Wednesday advocated greater transparency by social media and internet platforms […]
September 14, 2020 — Federal Communications Commissioner Geoffrey Starks on Wednesday blasted the Trump administration for its efforts to impose […]
September 1, 2020 – Justice Department attorney Lauren Willard said that the Trump administration wanted to change Section 230 to […]
August 6, 2020 – Former Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn said that the FCC does not have the authority to […]
July 28, 2020 — Senators on Tuesday remained broadly divided on the extent and direction that changes to Section 230 […]
July 27, 2020 — The U.S. Commerce Department under the Trump administration on Monday followed through on the president’s orders […]
July 16, 2020 — Social media companies need to “open up” their algorithms, said participants in a Broadband Breakfast panel on Wednesday. The […]
July 13, 2020 — Social media moderation will inevitably be biased to some degree, said Jeff Kosseff, assistant professor of […]
July 8, 2020 — Despite the hate that big tech companies receive, social media platforms are essential in enabling online […]
July 7, 2020 — Many conservatives have long accused popular social media platforms of discriminating against their ideas, but that […]
July 6, 2020 — The role of a content moderator is to be both a judge and a janitor of […]
June 2, 2020 —The heavily contested Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies Act advanced out of the Senate […]
WASHINGTON, June 29, 2020 – Broadband Breakfast announced that its Broadband Breakfast Live Online webcast series will focus, for the […]
June 26, 2020 — The debate over Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act spans a broad range of views, […]
June 25, 2020 — Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and former Congressman Chris Cox, authors of Section 230 of the Communications […]
June 24, 2020 — In the wake of yet another clash between Twitter and President Donald Trump, the question of […]
June 23, 2020 — Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has played an important role in the shifting center […]
June 22, 2020 — Legal experts disagreed on Monday about whether Section 230 is exacerbating or helping to solve problems […]
June 17, 2020 — Conversations around the removal or revision of Section 230 are often fraught with treacherous implications for […]
June 17, 2020 — “Section 230 is on fire in D.C.,” said Eric Goldman, professor at the Santa Clara University […]
June 12, 2020 — Left unchecked, a recent court decision on Section 230 might lead to the internet suffering what […]
June 3, 2020 — The actions that President Donald Trump has taken to punish tech companies for alleged anti-conservative discrimination […]
June 2, 2020 — Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr on Monday defended President Donald Trump’s attempts to punish Twitter’s fact-checking […]
May 30, 2020 — Twitter’s response to Donald Trump’s attempt to subjugate the platform over its actions will have serious […]
May 29, 2020 — President Donald Trump continued to rage against Twitter over allegations of censorship by the company in […]
May 28, 2020 — President Donald Trump is preparing to sign an executive order that would eliminate protections under Section […]
WASHINGTON, March 12, 2020 – Cracks in the edifice of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act continued to expand […]
WASHINGTON, March 12, 2020 – “Is this third industrial revolution over? And if so, why?” That was the question Deputy […]
WASHINGTON, March 10, 2020 – A CATO Institute panel on Tuesday discussing whether accusations of political censorship warrant Section 230 […]
WASHINGTON, March 10, 2020 – CATO Institute Vice President John Samples on Tuesday compared the continually changing territory that Section 230 […]
WASHINGTON, February 19, 2020 – Attorney General William Barr laid out the case for “recalibrating” Section 230 of the Communications […]
WASHINGTON, January 28, 2020 – Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act may be controversial in some parts of this […]
WASHINGTON, January 22, 2020 – Former Vice President Joe Biden called for the repeal of Section 230 of the Communications […]
A group of panelists assembled at CES 2020, the world’s largest technology conference, countered the increasingly-controversial reputation that has recently […]
WASHINGTON, October 16, 2019 – The chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday said that technology companies need […]
WASHINGTON, August 22, 2019 — Lurking at the corners over the renewed debate over Section 230 the Communications Decency Act […]
WASHINGTON, August 21, 2019 — Questions of political neutrality and social media bias have been at the forefront of the […]
WASHINGTON, August 20, 2019 — Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has been termed one of the most important […]
Title II would require VoIP services to be subject to stronger regulations already in place for telecommunication providers.
The new FCC requirements in the broadband data collection program are important to meet the nation’s connectivity goals.
Australia's highest court said Google is not a publisher by making available hyperlinks to articles.
The NTIA announced all states and territories have applied for initial planning money from the $42.5B BEAD program.
Urban Digital Equity Bootcamp and Let's Get Going Broadband Program announced.
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‘Advertising around gig speeds is doing tremendous damage to our public policy.’
The FCC will let Congress make changes to its authority to add contributors to the Universal Service Fund.
Wireless is essential because for truly remote properties, a physical connection may never be practical.
Academics were concerned about an anti-preference bill, while one state AG said he's 'pragmatic' about a federal privacy law.
Carr said he was notified via press release of the FCC decision to deny RDOF money to Starlink and LTD.
The Federal Communications Commission's reallocation of intelligent transportation service spectrum was not arbitrary and capricious, the court held.
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'We are continuing to review the letter and are evaluating our next steps,' LTD said.
A new bill would provide grants to providers who can quickly build middle-mile infrastructure along existing electrical grid system.
In Tennessee, we'll see what the Volunteer state is doing to bring a plan together on broadband policy.
One trade group warns about providers leaving the program if data collection too onerous.
Phillips told Politico that he is leaving the competition watchdog this fall.
The Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act may harm the ability of broadband infrastructure to grow.
With FCC maps promised soon, some states are preparing to possibly challenge them by making their own.
There are government programs created to shrink the digital divide, but not many Americans know what’s out there.
The establishment of the Affordable Connectivity Outreach Grant Program is intended to bring awareness to the program.
The strategy would identify gaps and limitations that would hinder coordination across federal broadband programs.
Opponents say increasing coverage and speed obligations of the ACAM program may be unnecessary with new federal broadband money.
Settles suggests tactics for communities to effectively deploy telehealth services while marketing the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Lumen's Quantum Fiber will deliver up to 8 Gig symmetrical speeds in certain markets.
The FCC should incorporate the mapping data from local governments to avoid overbuilding, ensure technology neutrality.
Randy Brogle was previously working on fiber investments for Facebook parent Meta.
The document includes information about how often the agencies will meet and when they'll get involved in proposed actions.
Omni Fiber was injected with funds from Oak Hill Capital last month.
The announcement is the second round of ReConnect funding in fiscal year 2022.
As FCC fights robocalls, robotexts are on the rise.
Some say the bill would add heavy regulation that will harm investments and consumers.
Bill aims to strengthen American self-reliance in semiconductor chip production and international competition.
'Wireless connectivity is one of the most vital aspects of our digital infrastructure.'
The next generation wireless technology is being touted as the most secure yet.
The non-profit Yellowstone Fiber uses a unique business model in the thriving community of Bozeman, Montana, and the surrounding county.
Detroit’s Hope Village experienced an internet outage for 45 days in the early days of the pandemic.
Opposition to a reformed COPPA include the ability of the FTC to enact broad rule-making.