The Fifth Circuit ruled that the administration overstepped in coercing social media platforms to take down misinformation.
Nearly $50 million will go to middle mile projects in four states.
Broadband experts express concern about letter of credit requirements for BEAD.
The hurricane waiver relieves providers from Universal Service Fund rules.
E-ACAM offers more funds and extended deployment deadlines for higher speeds.
The FCC will also consider new rules to streamline satellite policies and expedite processing space and earth station applications.
FCC opens Lifeline Program benefits to wildfire victims getting assistance from FEMA.
Europeans can now turn off artificial intelligence-recommended videos and content.
The ECF funds will go to 184 schools and 13 libraries serving over 100,000 students.
Stockholders claim AT&T and Verizon failed to disclose harmful effects of lead-clad cables.
Ubiquity's open access networks launched in Carlsbad, California and Mesa, Arizona.
Some are projecting that ACP funding will run out early next year.
The letter follows calls to drop the credit rule that it said could shut out smaller ISPs from funding.
Tool assesses the resilience of broadband infrastructures in case of natural hazards.
Adtran will partner with local area schools for its high school apprenticeship program.
The program has added two million Americans since June.
The deal is expected to "amplify" 5G private networks.
Limited foreign investment includes on technologies such as semiconductors and AI.
Grants were awarded to projects at Northeastern University, New York University, and DeepSig.
FCC seeking comments to facilitate better broadband connectivity in tribal communities.
Cyberattacks can cost up to $1 million for schools, according to a GAO report.
New York City expands its broadband housing development program
A new bill would create another grant program under the USDA for connecting farm devices.
FCC chairwoman pitches spectrum for space launch communications.
The NTIA's BEAD program requires grant recipients to provide a letter of credit.
Bountiful City, Utah will continue work on a municipal broadband network after opposition.
$2 million will go toward broadband builds.
A new Ohio-based training program could open veterans to a career in telecom service.
The Federal Trade Commission wants stricter guidelines for mergers after losses in court.
The head of the FCC is proposing cybersecurity standards on devices.
Congress should discontinue High-Cost, Lifeline, and ReConnect.
The proposal is an investment of $200 million over three years for cybersecurity.
BEAD can help close the broadband affordability gap in apartments, organization says.
The new framework resolves earlier issues about US intelligence services' access to EU individuals' private data.
Spencer Cox said Sunday on CBS’s Face the Nation he is preparing to sue over harm to kids.
Millions of users have already signed up for the Twitter alternative.
The nominees are intended to replace Republican commissioners who left their positions.
The task force will focus on addressing privacy and data protection issues in the communications industry.
FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel on Monday introduced the 'Learn Without Limits' initiative to update the E-Rate program
Tuesday's Made-in-America Summit will be headlined by reactions to BEAD allocations.