Internet/Broadband

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

Internet Association Calls for Senate to Act to Preserve Net Neutrality Protections

Internet Association called for the Senate to preserve a free and open internet with strong, enforceable network neutrality protections.

Senate budget deal includes $20 billion for infrastructure projects, including broadband

A bipartisan budget deal announced by Senate leaders includes $20 billion for U.S.

Commissioner Clyburn's Remarks at Incompas Policy Summit

Allow me to highlight where the current Federal Communications Commission’s competition policy needs a makeover, and round things out with a couple of bright spots that are ripe for addressing in a bipartisan way. This Administration seems to only

Cities to federal government: Don't tell us how to build our internet

At the end of January, San Jose's (CA) Mayor, Sam Liccardo, brought the issue of the digital divide fight into the open, publicly resigning from a Federal Communications Commission committee tasked with recommending ways to speed up broadband depl

AT&T Fixed Wireless and Fiber Expanded in Four States, Fiber Now Available to 7M Locations

AT&T has expanded its fixed wireless Internet infrastructure in four states.

Loveland (CO) votes to start developing municipal broadband network

The Loveland (CO) City Council voted on four measures that will allow the city to begin developing a municipal broadband network.

Virginia house panel kills 'net neutrality' bill

A bill to prohibit internet service providers from prioritizing or blocking certain websites based on content or hosting platform was killed Feb 6 in a Virginia House subcommittee.

ACLU Pushes for State Net Neutrality Rules

The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut has released its legislative priorities for 2018 and securing state-level net neutrality rules is at the top of the list.  "If the Federal Communications Commission has its way, big telecommunicati

America's digital divide, in 2 maps

Both maps illustrate just what a patchwork broadband access remains in the United States, with well-connected areas right next to disconnected areas.

The least connected people in America

Rural Indian reservations have lower rates of coverage than anywhere else in the nation. About 35 percent of Americans living in tribal lands lack broadband access, according to the most recent report by the Federal Communications Commission.