While waiting for grant funding, state broadband leaders should work to engage and educate local communities.
The proposal follows a November order temporarily halting certain foreign licenses.
Despite the FCC’s recent expansion of STIR/SHAKEN, some panelists called the framework ineffective.
What progress has been made toward universal broadband access?
Tribal leaders say they need to gather data to ensure that Tribal nations receive funding necessary for broadband.
'Getting broadband out to all rural areas and all residents of Lewis County,' Washington.
Industry groups urged Congress to codify 100 Mbps.
ARPA has helped drive billions to broadband in the two years since it's passing.
Has the FCC succeeded in making the STIR/SHAKEN framework work?
People will migrate from platforms with too stringent content moderation measures.
Lawmakers were disappointed the Senate did not pass legislation providing the authority until May 19.
Panelists disagree on the effects of two antitrust bills intended to promote competition.
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Congress should shift focus from speech debates to regulation on emerging technologies, says expert.
Going after Big Tech with marquee cases may make headlines, but those failures make big headlines too.
Should a federal privacy law pre-empt state laws?
The law prevents discussion on how the first amendment should be applied in a new age of technology, says expert.
Private institutions may become primary method for content moderation disputes, says expert.
The federal parties have opposite aims as to what to do about Section 230.
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Experts urged Congress to amend tech protection law to limit protection for the promotion of harmful information.
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The new legislation would give the Commerce Department the power to identify and intercept national security threats.
Reforming Section 230 may not ‘break the internet,’ but experts recommended that changes be targeted and incremental.
Legislation to be considered include revealing Chinese backers of apps and getting investment for semiconductor manufacturers.