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.
Sohn was first nominated in October 2021.
The “Project Texas” initiative ensures that all of TikTok’s U.S. data security operations are overseen by independent parties.
The Affordable Connectivity Program running out of money could potentially put smaller providers in a difficult spot.
Panelists discussed the recent oral arguments in Gonzalez v. Google.
AT&T suggested the FCC look into relieving USF by considering other public funding in ACAM areas.
'Listen to the customer' is a fundamental pillar in gaining a satisfied customer.
The top cities for remote work all have something in common: fast internet speed and free connection spots.
The group also recommended a more streamlined complaint process for digital discrimination issues.
Without investments in digital adoption, investments in infrastructure won’t close the digital divide, say advocates.
Bilirakis has long been an advocate for holding Big Tech accountable.
NDIA Executive Director Angela Siefer zeroed in on the need for good data.
Awardees of NTIA’s BIP recommend hiring third-party technical consultants.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration is seeking comment on how to structure the programs.
Lawmakers from both parties highlighted concerns about targeted advertising practices.
These communications providers reported engaging equipment on the agency's blacklist.
A bill that would extend the auction authority of the FCC passed the House.
The department is targeting private sector investments to float goals of Chips and Science Act.
China recognizes that it cannot produce all tech on its own, one expert said.
The company’s CFO compared fixed wireless to ‘empty calories.’
The proposal would allow space providers to get authorization to use licensed mobile spectrum to cover dead zones.