The program is designed to help schools, libraries and students.
The NTIA said $2.5B requested for broadband program, SpaceX ships 100K terminals, AMC appoints interim CEO.
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Democrats divided on when to move infrastructure bill, FCC awards 2.5 GHz licenses, antitrust lawyer Sayyed to TechFreedom.
Both emerging and established internet service providers will stand to gain from SiFi Networks' shared broadband model.
Comcast's Noopur Davis says cyber attackers share information better than the private sector.
T-Mobile sued over breach, Google hopes judge reconsiders data reveal, UTOPIA Fiber expands into Syracuse City.
Experts agreed that outreach and marketing to historically underserved and marginalized communities must be a part of the discussion.
FTC mounts another complaint against Facebook, Amazon warns third-party sellers about antitrust, Tesla autopilot investigated.
Chinese government appears to want bring its companies in line with its objectives.
Brendan Carr noted concern about possible overbuilding and lack of accountability in infrastructure bill.
In an interview with Broadband Breakfast, Technology Policy Institute President Scott Wallsten blamed bad mapping for RDOF mess.
Jamestown is hoping an open access network would make internet more affordable.
T-Mobile said millions subject to info hack, $61 billion to be spent on 5G phones, more Americans get affordable access.
Virginia's $700 million toward broadband, T-Mobile accused of lying about ending 3G services, and is accused of not paying tax.
At Aspen forum, a red-hot focus on Big Tech, antitrust and consumer welfare.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser urges a version of the Golden Rule: ‘What would someone else say?’
Muninetworks' Sean Gonsalves cracks open and investigates the infrastructure bill.
American Enterprise Institute fellow says app bill could harm, Arizona looking at broadband speeds, Verizon 5G expansion.
Blinken was touring the University of Maryland laboratories last week.
Defaulters say new FCC mapping data shows areas they bid to connect are already adequately served.
Senators don't want apps beholden to Google and Apple, Verizon commits to interest group wants, states want robocall deadline sooner.
USDA putting money to expand broadband in 12 states, Ziply expands in 14 markets, TikTok most downloaded app in 2020.
Organizations say preponderance of illegal calls don't come from facilities-based providers.
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Competing submissions to the FCC show the friction over valuable mid-band spectrum.
The agency proposed rules for public comment on that would further restrict illegal use of numbering resources.
Mountain Connect looks to determine if the industry still has the stomach for in-person interactions as infections rise.
Senate votes to finish infrastructure bill debate, FCC releases new 4G map, report says Altice could buy Mint Mobile.
For broadband success, argues esteemed broadband consultant Craig Settles, “tain't what you do, it’s the way that you do it”
Verizon sees an opportunity to acquire and neutralize an important competitor, but the FCC should stop that.
Democratic lawmakers want end to calls to recuse Lina Khan, dissatisfaction with prices, Starlink comparable to fixed-wireless.
A resurgent pandemic is giving a company that remotely connects entrepreneurs with each other increasing popularity.
The Anti-Digital Redlining Act hopes to ensure low-income areas get equal broadband access.
Nebraska said FCC made inaccuracies in RDOF decision, committee pushes secure equipment forward, T-Mobile sunsetting Sprint network.
The $285-million program will help connect minority educational institutions.
Companies also want to discuss cybersecurity, net neutrality, taxes and privacy.
Organizations applaud infrastructure bill, Airbnb gives renters view into internet speeds, op-ed to support education during Delta wave.
Proposed legislation would make it mandatory for companies to report cyberattacks.
At Fiber Connect, Garry Bolton said he is optimistic fiber will prevail over other tech for connectivity.