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Back in February, SpaceX applied for approval to launch low-earth orbit satellites that would be able to provide broadband. Today,..
The broadband industry isn’t here for your local net neutrality ordinances. In a blog post released today Jonathan Spalter, President..
Thirty-six mayors and elected local leaders from the bipartisan membership organization Next Century Cities sent a letter to the Federal..
The Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules that modernize emergency alerts and allows for states and municipalities to send..
A new broadband subsidy could be included in the earned benefits available to low-income individuals. The Federal Communications Commission proposed..
A handful of Republican Senators have written a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) asking the agency to stop..
Mayors from 35 cities have sent a letter to the FCC demanding standardized broadband performance standards following a GAO investigation..
After a long fight to defend the free and open internet, net neutrality rules go into effect today. The rules..
Tennessee is putting its municipal broadband expansion bill on hold even after gaining support from the FCC. Earlier this year,..
After an extraordinarily long slog, the FCC voted in favor of passing strong net neutrality rules and in support of..
In an op-ed released this morning on Wired, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler came out strong in favor of net neutrality...