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The FCC’s order prevents future authorizations of equipment on the commission’s “Covered List” of national security threats.
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Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
18% of people living on Tribal lands lack broadband access, compared to 4% of residents in non-tribal areas.
Christopher Ali wrote a book about the failures of rural broadband policies and leadership last year.
It is exactly one year since the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act became law.
Allowing the FCC’s authority to auction spectrum to expire would be “unacceptable,” Carr said.
NTCA is concerned federal broadband funding in tribal areas may not be enough for long-term support.
Only a handful of states have crafted their purchasing decisions after federal rules banning certain companies' equipment.
One day before the release of the broadband map, Digital Infrastructure Investment could not come on a more appropriate date.
At least $70 million will be committed to get Americans signed up to the Affordable Connectivity Program.
The NTIA urged eligible entities to submit challenges to the FCC's broadband map by January 13, 2023.
The FCC said individuals will also be able to challenge its broadband fabric once the draft map is released.
But every device is a potential way into its network, and the recent explosion of IoT devices presents security risks.
40 percent are unsure of their home internet speeds, said Jonathan Chaplin of New Street Research.
Rep. Abigail Spanberger’s Speedy Updates Act was signed into law as part of Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
In 2021, the FCC charged the council in its mission to prevent digital discrimination.
The New York Times reported that Twitter is pausing its pay-for-verification system until after midterm elections.
Shot clocks are important to industry players, argued T-Mobile's Tim Halinski.
Two states will allow midterm voters to chime in on state funds for broadband deployment.
US Cellular recommended the FCC conduct update the criteria of the 5G Fund in light of new funding sources.
The United States acted unilaterally, and its allies are not yet 'on board,' said the Semiconductor Industry Association.
Gov. Kathy Hochul touted New York’s new broadband map as the key to the state’s participation in the challenge process.