With the Trump Administration dangling the prospect of a $1 trillion infrastructure program, now is the time to consider whether a new approach might more effectively address the rural broadband problem.
[Commentary] The federal government has often played a major role in the country’s infrastructure development.
[Commentary] If affordable and abundant broadband is integral to the continued growth of the American economy , then how the market reacts to Trump administration policy will determine whether the country can deliver this necessary infrastructure.
[Commentary] Building broadband infrastructure, as with any infrastructure, raises three questions: how to finance it, what projects are eligible to receive the funding, and how the funds are distributed.
On Feb 1, Center for Technology Innovation fellow Nicol Turner-Lee moderated a panel discussion at Brookings with Commissioner Mignon Clyburn of the Federal Communications Commission and Commissioner Terrell McSweeny of the Federal Trade Commissio
Whether the Trump administration is providing “alternative facts” or telling the media to keep its “mouth shut,” it’s clear that the relationship between the administration and the press is strained, and will likely continue to intensify.
[Commentary] As the new administration takes office, we will start to see just how literally to take Donald Trump’s pronouncements and the promised targeting of his predecessor’s executive orders for immediate destruction.
Perhaps the greatest promise of the internet of things is the insights to be gained from a flood of data provided by ubiquitous, wirelessly connected sensors.
[Commentary] During the campaign Donald Trump banned certain reporters or media outlets from covering him.
The contemporary debate about the effects of new technology on individual privacy centers on the idea that privacy is an eroding value.