Coverage of how Internet service is deployed, used and regulated.

Measuring Broadband In Schools

In schools across the United States, IT departments are routinely tasked with supporting teachers as they move toward more technology-centric instructional environments.

Chairman Blackburn desperately seeks Democrat to co-sponsor internet privacy bill

House Communications Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is asking Democratic Reps to cosponsor her new internet privacy bill, intended to replace Federal Communications Commission privacy protections that Republicans killed earlier in 2

FCC Releases Updated Form 477 Data On Fixed Broadband Deployment As Of June 30, 2016

The Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau released updated data on fixed broadband deployment as of June 30, 2016.

WOW!: We’ll Stay Cap Free

Competitive cable operator WOW! reaffirmed a commitment not to implement data caps and usage-based policies for all of its high-speed Internet customers, holding that it’s taking the “consumer side” in that debate. WOW!

Cable Broadband Providers: What Ever Happened to “The Customer is Always Right”?

The “Customer is Always Right” maxim was perpetuated because it reflected a truth: in a competitive market, the seller that gives the customer what the customer wants will succeed and others will fail.

Amazon, Kickstarter, Reddit and Mozilla are staging a net neutrality online protest July 12

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

The End of Net Neutrality Could Shackle the Internet of Things

Network neutrality doesn’t just cover streaming video. It also ensures that you can use the devices that you want.

USTelecom and its Aftermath

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

The new FCC can only do so much; keeping the internet free requires legislation

[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 fights on, aims to provide states with alternative to AT&T’s FirstNet

Rivada Networks might have lost the FirstNet contract to AT&T, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still in the game.