The NTIA will press states to not lock out publicly-owned broadband project. If they do, they must disclose why.
While praising some aspects of NTIA rules, the group said that “we can’t take a victory lap quite yet."
Agency head Alan Davidson says communities “play a huge role” in build deployment.
Panelists discussed the benefits of a digital currency backed by the Federal Reserve.
Barriers to closing the divide including awareness of programs, resources and increasing digital literacy.
Key provisions in the social media law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis was found unconstitutional by an appeals court.
The policy statement provides the guiding principles for which the FTC will review the collection and use of children's data online.
The lawsuit comes years after Facebook was found to have been used to harvest personal data for political purposes.
A star-studded cast will take the stage next week as part of the dozens of events slated to take place.
Senate introduces bill breaking up Google’s digital advertising business
The Metaverse is at the forefront of developments in seamless payments and richer information flows.
FCC will consider raising the speed standard for certain carriers that receive fixed monthly funding from the agency.
'A lot of regulatory gaps exist because we have two regulators.'
National Telecommunications and Information Administration announces news on its 'Internet for All' web portal for three IIJA programs.
Such state action could potentially the delay the implementation of the broadband policy, says Fiber Broadband Association counsel.
Director of the Capital Projects Fund said the fund should be used with infrastructure bill money to close broadband gaps.
Digital literacy should be a priority to unlock telehealth’s potential, a telehealth event heard.
The FCC laid out its agenda for the June open meeting.
One of the primary responsibilities of being a faith leader is to listen to your community and understand its problems.
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.
The issue of pole attachment costs to place broadband equipment is being examined by the FCC.
Ookla can help your community get the funding you need to provide access for all to the digital economy.
Parler's Amy Peikoff said she wishes Twitter can follow in her social media company's footsteps.
The FCC recognizes pole access for the barrier that it is.
Musk has taken a step back from the acquisition, but insists he still intends to purchase Twitter.
Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) details parameters of Broadband, Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) program.
Agency leaders sign pact to formalize information-sharing on broadband deployment projects.
Experts expressed concern about the U.S. falling behind China on the development of a central bank digital currency.
A Senate committee passed a bill that would require the FCC explore including Big Tech in Universal Service Fund contributions.
Starry CEO assured investors that Starry's technology model allows them to compete with other more established providers.
Treasury's Capital Projects Fund becomes all the more important with the release of NOFO for the NTIA's BEAD program.
The FCC’s chairwoman spoke on the future of spectrum during a Tuesday CTIA event on 5G’s climate impacts.
CDFI funds are responsible for rural Wyoming broadband and may offer a solution to rural areas across the nation.
AT&T has launched technology that will use the GPS on phones to help emergency responders more accurately find calls.
Windhausen argued that without these waivers, anchor institutions will be particularly hard hit by "Buy America" requirements.
American Innovation and Choice Online Act is intended to protect fair competition among businesses, but panelists differed on its impact.
The debate on what government should -- or shouldn't -- do with respect to liability protections for platforms continues.
A Yale economics professor called on the FTC and DoJ to make it easier for them to pursue harmful mergers.
Match Group is suing Google over its alleged restrictive app store billing practices, as lawmakers consider legislation tackling the issue.