Nominated by President Biden as Federal Communications Commissioner, Sohn understands the real reason net neutrality is necessary.
Attendees questioned how digital equity progress can be measured and how underserved populations are educated on technology use.
Leading figures in telecom media share thoughts on what the next year will hold for the industry.
Two broadband experts on a Broadband Breakfast live event discussed data collection and specificity of mapping.
NTIA is likely to continue to oversee the $42.5 billion for broadband from the IIJA.
The build is also underbudget, they said.
House Freedom Caucus Rep. Scott Perry calls GOP supporters of the bipartisan infrastructure measure "socialist-voting members."
The administration’s efforts are mostly directed at curtailing the Chinese government.
California also has 18 projects that are part of the state's $6-billion broadband investment under its California Comeback Plan.
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The former Facebook employee-turned-whistleblower said the company must be accountable for the social harm it causes.
Report recommends policymakers streamline access to poles as 'most efficient' means of broadband expansion.
Leaders addressed strategies and importance of private spending.
A Texas court blocked enforcement of a social media that would prevent companies from removing extreme speech.
Big Telecom companies caused months and months of delays in the rollout of the Emergency Broadband Benefit.
Gigi Sohn explained her positions on issues facing the FCC.
The National Association of Broadcasters raised concern about FCC nominee Gigi Sohn's ties to defunct streaming service Locast.
China is believed to be creating a central digital currency soon, as the U.S. lacks policy governing cryptocurrency.
Students in a Houston-area school district hosted a panel on connecting schools and libraries as part of a national event on bridging the digital divide.
Both states join California as the only ones with comprehensive privacy laws, but experts say a federal bill should fill the regulatory void.