DISH Network claims to provide 5G service to 240 million Americans, 70 percent of the population.
Including all broadband internet revenue will alter the internet in uncertain ways, claims expert.
One Eye was given 'ample opportunity' to address robocall traffic, FCC said.
The Biden administration announced $140 million in new funding for national AI research.
The $200 billion industry specifically targets children and other vulnerable populations, experts said.
Bills ranged from addressing intermediary liability to limiting personal data collection.
Two Republican-led states sued the Biden administration over alleged collusion with tech companies.
Summit moderators will set the stage for timely discussions on content moderation, privacy and competition.
While generally supportive of a federal privacy law, some experts warned it could harm competition.
The lawsuit accuses the company of abusing a monopoly over the technology that controls the digital advertising market.
The summit, live in Washington, will address Biden’s recent challenges to Big Tech: Section 230, privacy and competition.
Rep. Ken Buck said tech companies’ practices are anticompetitive and threaten innovation, free speech and national security.
Biden's call for federal privacy legislation aims to address an increasingly splintered state privacy landscape.
Will Congress have anything new to say about infrastructure investment, wireless communication or net neutrality?
Legislators from both sides of the aisle are calling for increased regulation of Big Tech.
Critics urged the FCC to expand the fund’s contribution sources, but the agency chose to punt the decision to Congress.
AT&T's new Gigapower joint venture will build fiber outside the company's current footprint.
'How do we make sure that you can keep that home grown talent?'
SiFi Networks will construct an all-fiber network for 40,000 households in the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Participants voiced concerns over alleged abuses by big tech companies.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr doubled-down on previous criticism of the agency's exclusion of Starlink.
The FCC's Intergovernmental Advisory Committee, which provides guidance to the commission, has term extended two months.
The FCC will let Congress make changes to its authority to add contributors to the Universal Service Fund.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act cleared committee 53-2, with pushback from California legislators.
The bill is intended to prohibit product preferences on tech platforms, with some saying it could harm small companies dependent on those platforms.
Legislation currently before Congress will hurt American tech's global competitiveness, event hears.
The draft privacy law includes a provision to enhance privacy protections online for children under 17.
39 states and territories have submitted letters of intent to participate in the NTIA's Internet for All initiative.
Observers on a Broadband Breakfast panel offered differing perspectives on the high court's decision.
What should state leaders be doing to procure a safer, healthier information environment?
Despite their efforts to improve consumer competition and security, some argue Congress's legislation could have unintended effects.
Noah Phillips said Tuesday he wants the commission to think about the impact of antitrust rules on rising prices.
Small business owners vocalized concerns at a forum hosted by the FTC and the DoJ.
A Senate committee passed a bill that would require the FCC explore including Big Tech in Universal Service Fund contributions.
The debate on what government should -- or shouldn't -- do with respect to liability protections for platforms continues.
New America said in a report that non-U.S. platforms are ahead of U.S. platforms in their data accountability and transparency.
A number of players have pitched the idea of having big tech platforms pay into the basic telecommunications fund.
The Computer and Communications Industry Association counts as members Amazon, Google and Facebook.
If laws are robust enough and enforcement agencies are well-resourced, states should avoid implementing right to privacy action legislation.
The D.C. attorney general is leading other state AGs alleging Google mislead consumers into believing they could disable location tracking.