The number of states restricting municipal broadband networks has dropped during the pandemic.
Fed funding prioritizing trusted network supplies, Frontier sued for speed claims, Charter wants waiver on areas, Internet Explorer support ending.
January 2, 2021 — When the Senate reconvenes on Sunday at 11:45 a.m., the body will gavel in for the […]
A lawsuit filed Wednesday by a coalition of ten Republican state attorneys general, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, […]
November 17, 2020 – In the second major showdown between the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook and senators within less […]
October 12, 2020 — How should one go about building a gigabit city? Act quickly, be strategic and work in […]
These difficult times have presented enormous challenges to all of us, and, as we are urged to stay apart, digital […]
A report from BroadbandNow finds that people from states with municipal broadband restrictions pay more for their internet than those […]
May 11, 2020 — The coronavirus pandemic has given birth to all-too-predictable scams, agreed members of the House Consumer Protection […]
May 5, 2020 – As internet connectivity grows increasingly essential, fiber optics may prove to be a better option than […]
Sens. Edward Markey, D-Mass., Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., Michael Bennet, D-Colo., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, on Thursday joined 31 of […]
March 25, 2020 – Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., along with several other colleagues, announced the Keeping Critical Connections Act to help rural […]
March 23, 2020 – Public Knowledge Senior Vice President Harold Feld takes issue with the Federal Communications Commission’s Keep Americans Connected […]
The Computer and Communications Industry Association and four other internet trade groups sent a letter Thursday to Senate Judiciary Committee […]
Presidential hopeful and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg released a $1 trillion dollar infrastructure plan that he says will […]
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, October 30, 2019 – The more one delves into the details of broadband mapping, the more complicated it […]
The Founder of Broadband Census and Breakfast Breakfast, and the former executive director of the Partnership for a Connected Illinois – […]
WASHINGTON June 7, 2011- The California State Assembly passed a bill last week that would require online retailers such as Amazon to collect state sales taxes...
WASHINGTON, June 28, 2010- On Friday Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and Federal Communication Commission Chairmen Julius Genachowski held a community forum on broadband in Troy, Missouri.
WASHINGTON, April 27, 2010 – The Commerce Department has announced nine broadband investments totaling more than $114 million in grants, in more than a dozen states....
WASHINGTON, March 26, 2010 – The Commerce Department on Thursday announced 10 investments in broadband growth across the nation that total approximately $63 million.