[This article was originally published on August 22, 2018]
Aug 20, 2018 was Opening Day for the litigation appealing the Federal Communications Commission’s December 2017 network neutrality decision.
Earlier this month, CenturyLink and Frontier updated the Federal Communications Commission on the companies' progress deploying broadband service using support from the FCC's Universal Service Fund.
Upon reflection, it is easy to see that 2018 was a year of widening divides. Communications policy was no exception.
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The lack of affordable broadband access in the US has resulted in large-scale educational inequities especially in rural areas where 31 percent of Americans have no choice of broadband providers.
For Louis Brandeis, antitrust would serve both social and economic goals.
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The American job market, by a lot of measures, seems very healthy.