Lauren Frayer

How the US can hold Erdogan’s brawling guards accountable — and keep it from happening again

On May 16, a brief but violent altercation erupted outside the home of the Turkish ambassador on Washington’s Embassy Row. At least nine people were injured in the fighting.

Small but Powerful: Despite Objections, Small ISPs Need Net Neutrality Too

As we gear up to defend and protect the net neutrality rules, parties on both sides are speaking up.

Cable Operators Reaffirm Commitment to an Open Internet

As providers of broadband internet access service in many communities across America, we’ve always been committed to an open internet that gives you the freedom to be in charge of your online experience. And that will not change.

Gigabit Broadband Availability Reaches Over 200M Globally, 56 Million in the US

Just shy of 220 million people worldwide have gigabit broadband availability, according to the latest Gigabit Monitor from test and measurement vendor Viavi. That’s roughly 3 percent of the world population.

House Commerce Democrats Unveil Comprehensive Infrastructure Package

Democrats on the House Commerce Committee introduced a broad 21st Century infrastructure package that includes key areas within the Committee’s jurisdiction, including broadband, drinking water, healthcare, the electric grid, brownfields and renew

Schools, Libraries, and Companies Urge Trump Administration to Invest in Broadband Infrastructure

Connecting our nation’s schools, libraries, health clinics, and other community anchor institutions (CAIs) to affordable high-speed broadband needs to be a national infrastructure priority, especially in rural markets.

House Passes IT Modernization Bill

Next stop for Rep. Will Hurd’s Modernizing Government Technology Act: the Senate.

President Trump Taps David Redl to Head NTIA

President Donald Trump announced his intent to nominate David J. Redl of New York to be Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information, Department of Commerce.

National Digital Inclusion Alliance Names the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s Emy Tseng the 2017 Charles Benton Digital Equity Champion

The National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) announced that this year’s recipient of the Charles Benton Digital Equity Champion Award is Emy Tseng, a Senior Communications Program Specialist at the National Telecommunications and Information Adm

Fight for the Future Seeks Net Neutrality Docket Investigation

Fight for the Future is asking the Federal Communications Commission and state attorneys general to investigate what it says is potential fraud related to the filing of comments in the FCC's network neutrality docket.