The Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked a Texas law banning social media companies from removing posts based on views expressed.
Broadband Breakfast returns to one of the subjects that it knows best: Broadband mapping and data.
Join conference attendees in conversation on key connectivity issues.
Join conference attendees in conversation on key connectivity issues.
Critical USF programs for expanding broadband are struggling to maintain revenue streams.
New questions arise on the Digital Equity Act following NTIA's notice of funding released in May.
Treasury's Capital Projects Fund becomes all the more important with the release of NOFO for the NTIA's BEAD program.
Will Twitter's new owner change the debate about social media?
Join Acting Rural Utilities Service Administrator Chris McLean on June 8 at Broadband Breakfast for Lunch
From the Broadband Communities Summit, this special Broadband Breakfast Live Online will dive into the smart home topic, including with apartment buildings.
Learn how the Federal Communications Commission's rulemaking on pole attachments could impact the broadband rollout
How different is the Great Firewall of China (and now Russia) from being deplatformed by Big Tech?
Join Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information Alan Davidson on April 13 at Broadband Breakfast for Lunch
How much of low bandwidth performance can be attributed to poor Wi-Fi transmission or slow computing speeds in the home?
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Prince Albert of Public Knowledge, Arthur Sidney of the Computer & Communications Industry Association and others to discuss proposed legislation.
Learn more about the topic that has WISPs talking.
We will explore what the government, states and infrastructure builders - public and private - should be doing to prepare.
These final rules from the FCC bar ISPs from entering into certain exclusive arrangements with landlords of multi-tenant buildings.
Broadband Breakfast's Expert Opinion forum is the place for experts to voice their opinions on broadband policies.
Community broadband networks will play a crucial role in implementation of the Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act.
Join us IN PERSON on Wednesday at Clyde's of Gallery Place, to learn about how regulations will affect the blockchain.
Mapping will play an essential role in the success of the IIJA.
AI is transforming law, finance and government.
State officials will play a crucial role in IIJA implementation.
Broadband Breakfast returns to being the "go to" gathering place for broadband policy and internet technology in Washington.
Broadband Breakfast Editor and Publisher Drew Clark interviews Reporter Justin Perkins from CES 2022.
Join Broadband Breakfast for our annual New Years' Party as we look over the last year of broadband developments.
We'll look at the current state of broadband mapping and where it needs to be to successfully deploy broadband infrastructure.
One of the most important recent developments in the deployment of broadband infrastructure.
In this event, we'll explore the perspective of the NTIA and state agencies charged with implementing IIJA.
Privacy is rising in the landscape of telecom and technology policy issues issues.
Finding something to be grateful about with regard to Better Broadband, Better Lives
Facebook is under fire. Does that mean all of social media should be?
The passage of the Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act presents an unparalleled opportunity for advocates of Better Broadband, Better Lives.
Concerns about labor shortages, supply chains and rising costs are inescapable.
What options do owners of, operators in, and tenants within MDUs have for better-quality broadband?
Providers of all sort can line up for their share of $75 billion worth of broadband grant funding.
At our October 13, 2021, event, we'll discuss trends toward hybrid technology and government grants by WISPs.
The Las Vegas trade show Wispapalooza 2021 is back from October 11-October 14, 2021, and it's bigger than ever.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel advocated for bills that would make better use of spectrum.
Fixed-wireless is hampered by technical issues that make it incomparable to fiber, a report claims.
Understanding the funding impact will 'begin with the NTIA’s mandate to work with community partners.'
'Simple and regular community engagement is needed.'
The FTC released a report that warned about the dangers of AI's use to combat online harms.
UScellular and Ericsson tested 5G connected drones for future applications.
'While the federal government’s infrastructure funding creates unique opportunities, it also exposes challenges that states and tribes must get in...
'We can’t keep overhauling the regulatory structure.'
'We need to recognize that absolutely the time is now. It is neither too soon nor too late.'
Comments were made at the Fiber Connect conference last week.
'North America is forecast to lead the world in 5G subscription penetration in the next five years.'
The coalition will play a crucial role in broadband data as government implements the largest expenditure of broadband funds.
The draft privacy law includes a provision to enhance privacy protections online for children under 17.
Markup of bills comes after much discussion about federal spectrum management.
Fiber networks have a unique capacity to keep broadband prices low for low-income communities, proponents say.
Analyzing ACP enrollment can help the BEAD program solve the 'persisting gap between deployment and subscription.'
A bill introduced by Elizabeth Warren would ban data brokers from selling or transferring location data and health data.
Fiber providers, equipment companies and consultants discussed their work in communities in a session at Fiber Connect
39 states and territories have submitted letters of intent to participate in the NTIA's Internet for All initiative.
Peacock and HBO Max named as potential winners by internet and entertainment industry analysis Laura Martin
As of June 7, 20 states have passed legislation to implement the 988 suicide hotline mandate, according to FCC data.
'We’re projecting a 5x increase in data consumption from 2021 to 2025.'
'[State] decision makers in this program need to be careful about who is the qualified and experienced provider.'
As federal funding rolls out, states and local communities must consider partnerships with local service providers.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced a $10-million grant award for the state's first foray into municipal broadband.
Netly Fiber said Monday it has completed construction of the nation's first terabit-ready fiber network.
Officials from Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine and New Mexico outline how they are preparing for broadband funding.
The American Technology Leadership Act would establish a federal office to monitor U.S. tech competitiveness versus global players.
Attendance at the fiber show jumped from 2,041 attendees last June to 2,854 registrants as of Friday.
A March Gallup and Knight study found young Americans are less concerned about hurtful online discourse.
Real convergence has taken hold in the fiber, wireless infrastructure and data center asset class categories.
Senators on Thursday said NTIA rules set regulated rates and impose net neutrality requirements.
The NTIA's notice of funding opportunity stops short of explicitly endorsing municipal broadband as the preferred model.
The USDA has been allocated $2 billion from the Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act.
Industry experts detailed best practices for approaching public-private partnerships at Mountain Connect 2022.
The FBI, CISA and NSA warned about hackers from the PRC.
Legislation introduced Tuesday would bring cryptocurrencies under the purview of the Commodity Future Trading Commission.
The FCC is examining the need and use cases for allocating spectrum for offshore use.
State and federal broadband policy experts agreed that partnerships would be instrumental to spending $42.5 billion in broadband funds.
The GAO report found many different federal broadband programs prone to inefficiencies.