State and federal broadband policy experts agreed that partnerships would be instrumental to spending $42.5 billion in broadband funds.
The NTIA will press states to not lock out publicly-owned broadband project. If they do, they must disclose why.
International Municipal Lawyers Association heard service providers need to prioritize transparency.
By creating open infrastructure systems, states can reduce the barriers to entry and foster increased broadband competition.
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February 23, 2021 – A letter signed by 33 Democratic women urging acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel to be nominated […]
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WASHINGTON July 21, 2010- Sweden’s Pirate Party is planning to launch its own ISP which will be maintained by users. Subscribers will be responsible for fixing...
There are two compelling sides to the Net Neutrality issue before the Federal Communications Commission that can be solved by […]