Panelists argued that ethical concerns about digital privacy and AI are not unfounded, but rather unfairly targeted at certain countries.
The commission has been exploring the broadening of the E-Rate program, a high-cost program under the Universal Service Fund.
“The privacy landscape in the U.S. is likely to become more complicated before it gets any easier.”
FCC looks to strip time to notify and expand definition of breach for telecom reporting.
Consumers must better understand how to weigh risks and protect themselves in the digital world, said Camille Stewart Gloster.
Commissioner Simington stated that the commission was in “a little bit of an emergency phase.”
The United States ought to counteract Chinese efforts to dominate international standards-setting bodies for the technology sector, Warner said.
NIST’s cybersecurity guidelines for IoT prescribe desired outcomes, rather than specific and 'brittle' standards.
Shawn Smith advocated heavily tailored, industry-specific approaches that can address to the unique needs of the rail industry.
The onus of securing devices shouldn’t fall to the consumer, a Homeland Security cyber rep said.
CTA’s Steve Koenig predicted a diverse wave of technological innovation.
In 2021, the FCC revoked the company's authorization to provide telecommunications service in the United States.
The spending package includes an extension of the FCC's auction authority to March 2023.
Simington advocated mandating ongoing cybersecurity updates on wireless devices already in consumer hands.
Californians' opposition to the ADPPA's preemption provision may be the end of the comprehensive bipartisan privacy bill.
The ban will also apply to other Chinese and Russian technologies and applications.
The December meeting includes digital discrimination prevention, phone service accessibility, and satellite application processes.
But every device is a potential way into its network, and the recent explosion of IoT devices presents security risks.
'We’re seeing the pace and the sophistication of the ransomware attacks increasing faster than our resilience.'
ISPs have begun selling home network equipment themselves, which has become popular.
Charter said it needs to pay to replace a majority of poles to connect for some projects.
White House effort seeks to implement a universal label to verify meeting U.S. cybersecurity standards.
An FCC watchdog report said some service providers were signing up multiple people on one person's information for ACP benefits.
Panelists identified risks in employees freely accepting links without thinking about their associated risks.
The FCC has set September 26 as a deadline to comply with certain restrictions on exclusivity deals in buildings.
'Information sharing between the government and the private sector, while integral to tackling ransomware, is inconsistent.'
'The environment is just fundamentally different than it was even just a decade ago… it is time to confront reality.'
A study by Futurum Research found organizations expect more remote work long-term.
Despite their efforts to improve consumer competition and security, some argue Congress's legislation could have unintended effects.
AT&T has launched technology that will use the GPS on phones to help emergency responders more accurately find calls.
Apple CEO is not a fan of the legislation that would allow third-parties to bypass Apple store payments.
TikTok faces more pressure, this time from competitor Facebook.
Google's purchase of Mandiant comes after the company's cloud business was the subject of cyber breaches.
Ransomeware attacks are a costly lesson for educators.
Sixteen senators signed a letter encouraging cooperation between the NTIA and the FCC on broadband maps.
Texas government official says that “cybersecurity needs to be a kitchen table topic.”
Too many reports could burden federal officials, said the executive director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation.
Calls are growing louder for mandatory breach reporting for cybersecurity incidents.
Discussion has emerged about the pandemic's impact on the physical supply, but software is important, too.
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