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?
Legislation to be considered include revealing Chinese backers of apps and getting investment for semiconductor manufacturers.
The new chair renamed three subcommittees, hinting at the GOP’s goals for the coming term.
'Consumers deserve to trust that public airwaves aren’t being leased without their knowledge to foreign governments.'
The Democratic legislator called on NTIA end the automatic disclosure of .US web domain users’ personal information.
Academics were concerned about an anti-preference bill, while one state AG said he's 'pragmatic' about a federal privacy law.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act cleared committee 53-2, with pushback from California legislators.
The House energy committee pushed forth bills that will, among other things, extend the FCC's auction authority.
One of the biggest problems with getting broadband access to all Americans is not just deployment but adoption.
Proponents of the Supporting American Printed Circuit Boards Act say it would increase domestic production and improve supply chain security.
A report from Google found the company’s technology was being harnessed in Russian attempts to hack allies of Ukraine.
The hope is coordination problems will be relieved when the Senate confirms NTIA head.
House Democrats delayed a vote on broadband infrastructure again, as $1.75 trillion reconciliation package brings greater party unity.
Bipartisan Senate bill clears the House, FCC auction prices climb higher, tech groups oppose newly proposed fee
The Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act seeks to target large online platforms that push harmful content.
August 20, 2021 – Pro-crypto House Democrats pushed back against the Senate Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s inclusion of crypto […]
The committee approved five bills dealing with protecting networks and educating the public on cyberattacks.
The NTIA unveils new broadband map, a new cybersecurity bill against equipment buys, U.S. and EU partner on tech council.
Rep. Anna Eshoo reintroduces her 'dig once' legislation, Vice President touts Tribal funding, plus a new LEO library.
March 25, 2021 – The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation has released a statement doubling down on the importance of […]
March 11, 2021 – Democratic lawmakers have introduced new legislation to ensure their residents have broadband access by removing roadblocks for […]
February 23, 2021 – A letter signed by 33 Democratic women urging acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel to be nominated […]
February 8, 2021—On the 25th anniversary of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, D-Calif. and Sen. Ed Markey, […]
January 27, 2021—In the midst of a global pandemic, misinformation has spread across social media like a contagious virus transmitted […]
January 15, 2021 –Representative Anna Eshoo, D-California, led a group of Democratic members in the House of Representatives in writing […]
The House of Representatives passed an end of the year omnibus bill on Monday, which included six provisions from the […]
December 22, 2020 – Late Monday night, Congress approved a $900 billion coronavirus relief package sending desperately needed aid to […]
It’s no secret that the Federal Communications Commission’s current broadband maps are flawed, many observers believe. The existing maps rely […]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., revealed his two-month awaited proposal for a coronavirus relief bill Monday. McConnell said he […]
Over twenty technologically minded organizations teamed up on Tuesday to support the creation of a task force for a proposed […]
June 4, 2020 — In a video that quickly went viral, discredited medical researcher Judy Mikovits claimed that the novel […]
Sens. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Reps. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, and Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., along with 140 colleagues […]
April 22, 2020 – Multiple voices weighed in on the Federal Communications Commission’s public notice seeking comment on its prior […]
In the seemingly never-ending debate over whether broadband classifies as a Title I information service, or a Title 2 telecommunications […]
WASHINGTON, August 12, 2019 – The Federal Communication Commission’s stated efforts to accelerate the buildout of 5G wireless networks has […]
May 31, 2019 – Verizon Wireless’ slowdown of the Santa Clara County Fire Department’s data plan had a “significant impact” […]
BROADBAND BREAKFAST INSIGHT: Rep. Anna Eshoo on Thursday introduced three separate measures designed to expedite broadband access. The Conduit Deployment […]
WASHINGTON, April 11, 2018 – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrived at the Rayburn House Office Building Wednesday for the second […]
WASHINGTON, December 15, 2017 – The Federal Communications Commission’s Thursday vote to repeal the “open internet” rules classifying broadband services […]