NY's Brad Hoylman introduced legislation that would attempt to control how social media handles users’ speech.
AT&T will no longer support 3G networks by 2022, Iowa's broadband bill, Mayor de Blasio ending distance learning.
March 13, 2021 – Regulatory policies to accommodate 5G and other network infrastructure must be equitable to accommodate different service […]
The Department of Veterans Affairs is extending its 5G hospital innovation project, beyond the Palo Alto-based hospital where it began […]
“5G is mostly not faster than 4G,” wrote Doug Dawson, president of CCG Consulting, in a Tuesday blog post, in […]
June 5, 2020 — The rise of telehealth across the country could mean a lack of privacy for its users, […]
June 4, 2020 — Cities must continuously adapt their strategies to provide technology services to the disadvantaged segments of their […]
Former Federal Communications Commission Robert McDowell described his ordeal as a COVID-19 survivor in an interview with Multichannel News published […]
School districts are scrambling to purchase as many Google Chromebooks and iPads, the tele-educational tools of choice, to deal with […]
“The future of our economy is dependent upon how we treat our most vulnerable communities, including those most susceptible to […]
President Trump signed an executive order Friday to limit the importing of counterfeit goods from abroad over e-commerce networks, like […]
September 19, 2011 - America’s unique concept of federalism – joint sovereignty between the states and the federal government – sometimes obscures some on-the-ground realities when...
WASHINGTON, June 8, 2010 – Telecom giant AT&T may have angered many of its customers last week by announcing the end to its unlimited mobile broadband...
WASHINGTON, March 22, 2010 - The Commerce Department announced broadband investments totaling more than $29 million in two of the nation’s largest urban cities – New...