GOP lawmakers want new FCC commissioner to reject E-Rate expansion.
The Federal Communications Commission first took comments on the proposal in 2020.
Telecoms oppose the measure, while major software companies side with the FCC.
The commission will vote October 19 on whether to move forward and request public comment on the proposal.
The FCC proposed adjusting the $9-billion budget allocated for the fund using updated maps
The FCC will also consider new rules to streamline satellite policies and expedite processing space and earth station applications.
FCC opens Lifeline Program benefits to wildfire victims getting assistance from FEMA.
A petition called for broadband consumer label to not require providers to disclose monthly fees.
Europeans can now turn off artificial intelligence-recommended videos and content.
The ECF funds will go to 184 schools and 13 libraries serving over 100,000 students.
Some are projecting that ACP funding will run out early next year.
The letter follows calls to drop the credit rule that it said could shut out smaller ISPs from funding.
The program has added two million Americans since June.
Limited foreign investment includes on technologies such as semiconductors and AI.
Cyberattacks can cost up to $1 million for schools, according to a GAO report.
The group attributes surging costs to unforeseen post-COVID challenges
The benefit would go beyond tribes to other high cost locations.
FCC chairwoman pitches spectrum for space launch communications.
Experts suggest partitioned spectrum and receiver innovation.
Updates increase speed requirements and facilitate coordination with BEAD and ACP programs.
The head of the FCC is proposing cybersecurity standards on devices.
AI can be used to make congestion control decisions, a major opportunity for dynamic spectrum sharing.
The proposal is an investment of $200 million over three years for cybersecurity.
BEAD can help close the broadband affordability gap in apartments, organization says.
The task force will focus on addressing privacy and data protection issues in the communications industry.
FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel on Monday introduced the 'Learn Without Limits' initiative to update the E-Rate program
Texas is the highest awarded state, as 19 states set to receive more than $1 billion from BEAD.
The new cyber section will serve as a resource to respond to highly technical cyber threats.
The FCC has moved forward in critical objectives, reported commissioners at oversight hearing.
The FCC is close to authorizing a higher speed requirement for funding to certain high-cost areas.
DISH Network claims to provide 5G service to 240 million Americans, 70 percent of the population.
Proposed rules will consider how the band might be made available through non-exclusive spectrum access models.
Mississippi will receive $151 million from Treasury's Capital Projects Fund.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee passed a three-year extension of the FCC's auction authority.
Biden announces new FCC commissioner nomination following Sohn's withdrawal.
A TikTok spokesperson argued that the ban violates the First Amendment.
In light of technical evidence, the FCC has voted to preserve 12.2-12.7 GHz band for satellite purposes.
Energy and Commerce subcommittee voted on 28 bills, most related to reducing permitting barriers.
The new map allows users to track projects subsidized by the federal government.
Treasury announced funding awards through the Capital Projects Fund for broadband and community development projects.