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Schools and Phone Companies Face Off Over Wireless Spectrum

The Federal Communications Commission recently published a plan to auction off unused wireless spectrum originally set aside for schools.

A Likely Chinese Hacker Crew Targeted 10 Phone Carriers to Steal Metadata

On June 24, researchers at Boston-based cybersecurity firm Cybereason revealed the results of tracking a years-long cyberespionage campaign they've called Operation Soft Cell, which they say targeted the networks of at least 10 cellular providers

The Alternative Facts of Cable Companies

Charter’s renaming of itself—after a megamerger with Time Warner Cable in 2018—as “Spectrum.” But changing your name doesn’t mean that you aren’t liable for misbehavior under your previous moniker. This is what Charter…er, Spectrum… found recently

Choosing the Wrong Lane in the Race to 5G

The chatter about 5G is everywhere. Lost in the glowing headlines is the fact the US is making choices that will leave rural America behind.