NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson broke news on infrastructure implementation during his conversation with Broadband Breakfast this week.
Private sector companies are clamoring for more cyber threat data.
A bill from progressives to ease merger break-ups may face a treacherous path in Congress.
The Senate has passed an omnibus spending bill that furthers broadband funding and will now head to Biden’s desk.
A Senate Judiciary bill is facing industry criticism on its effectiveness.
Social media platforms are harming Iran due to their ignorance of Iranian culture and the nation's primary dialects.
Commerce and Treasury departments will bar investment and exports for Beijing-aligned companies.
President Biden’s social safety net and climate package now faces hurdles in the Senate.
Facebook is nudging teens away from harmful content, Comcast's new spam call blocker, AT&T goes with Ericsson for standalone 5G.
Facebook pauses photo-sharing app for kids, FCC announces $1.2B in first wave of ECF, ransomware attacks on the rise.
Letter follows Wall Street Journal story that reports Facebook knew about mental health damage Instagram has on teens.
Often characterized in the media as the Supreme Court of Facebook, Oversight Board members explained how the board actually functions.
FTC commissioners were split at a Congressional hearing on Wednesday at the prospects of increasing FTC jurisdiction.
Facebook follows Amazon in asking for recusing Khan, Entry-level broadband prices fell, FCC has Open RAN showcase.
Legal experts say changing views on Section 230 will make platforms less willing to employ that defense in future cases.
Republican representative Bob Latta said Section 230 is not going anywhere anytime soon.
Biden orders FCC and FTC to stand down on Trump-era order targeting social media companies.
The Oversight Board has sent the decision back to Facebook management, criticizing it for setting a "standardless" penalty.
Boost is bundling telehealth services, South Dakota planning $100 million for broadband, Frequencz gets $4 million in capital.
Sen. Klobuchar, Rep. Cicilline and experts discuss antitrust, big tech and local journalism.
Senators introduce rural broadband legislation, FCC tackles robocalling, advocates ask Facebook to stop developing Instagram for kids.
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August 4, 2020 — Panelists in a Tuesday Brookings Institution webinar discussed their takes on the historic House Judiciary Antitrust […]
July 30, 2020 — Wednesday’s House Judiciary Antitrust subcommittee hearing marked the first time four tech CEOs appeared before Congress, […]
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