Coverage of how Internet service is deployed, used and regulated.
Some of the Internet's biggest names are banding together for a “day of action” to oppose the Federal Communications Commission, which is working to undo network neutrality regulations for Internet providers that it passed during the Obama Adminis
Network neutrality doesn’t just cover streaming video. It also ensures that you can use the devices that you want.
As detailed in this BULLETIN, a proper implementation of Title II precluded the Federal Communications Commission’s approach, forcing the Agency to ignore the “vast majority of rules adopted under Title II” and “tailor [Title II] for the 21st Ce
[Commentary] What America needs is clear, consistent, and sustainable internet policy. That can only come through legislation. We need a diligent rewriting of the 21-year-old act that guides telecommunication and internet policy.
Rivada Networks might have lost the FirstNet contract to AT&T, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still in the game.
Public policies are critical in narrowing the digital divide for older adults and ensuring more accessible broadband access.
Broadband Myth Series, Part 1: What Financial Data Shows About the Impact of Title II on ISP Investment
[Commentary] This post kicks of a series of blogs examining some of the more pernicious myths and misunderstandings in telecommunications policy.
Free Press and Free Press Action Fund sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission’s general counsel calling on the agency to address its crackdowns against First Amendment freedoms during recent FCC meetings.
The Federal Communications Commission's open internet docket, dubbed "Restoring Internet Freedom," has seen a huge wave of comments—or at least a major update of the number posted—since June 2, with over 4.9 million posted, up about 2 million from
Lawmakers could be looking at a new fight over internet privacy, as they return to Washington after their weeklong Memorial Day recess.