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Broadband adoption gap narrows, but many are still left without access

A report by the National Urban League highlights the narrowing broadband adoption gap, but notes there is still much progress to be made. Read More »

CWA Lauds FCC Decision To “Stop The Clock” On Verizon Wireless/Big Cable Proposal

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Communications Workers of America supports the decision by the Federal Communications Commission to "stop the clock" on its review of a proposed deal between Verizon Wireless and large cable operators, noting the action is an important step forward in assuring full disclosure of the potential impact on consumers and the prices they would pay. Read More »

FCC and Justice Department question ‘most-favored-nation’ provision in Verizon/Spectrum deal

Feds question MFN provisions as a potential violation of antitrust laws. Read More »

FCC Announces Competition to Fuel Low-Income Broadband Adoption

The FCC's new initiative focuses on testing ways to increase adoption of high-speed internet among low-income Americans. Read More »

FCC backs rural Internet connectivity with $300 million fund

The FCC announces launch of the Connect America Fund, aimed at connecting every American to high-speed Internet. Read More »

CWA supports Reps. Waxman & Eshoo’s call for hearings on Verizon/Cable Spectrum deal

Citing questions of competition, Democrats ask Energy and Commerce Committee Chair for hearings on proposed deal. Read More »

Industry groups join CWA call for FCC to stop the clock in Verizon/cable review

Citing technical difficulties, Free Press, Public Knowledge, and industry groups ask regulators to extend time on review of the Verizon's/Big Cable deal Read More »

Net neutrality briefing schedule set

Verizon, MetroPCS, and Free Press agree to net neutrality suit scheduled through 2012. Read More »

Apple, Google, and other high-tech companies face antitrust suit over employment collusion

CWA calls on the FCC to stop the 180 day clock in its review of the Verizon Wireless/cable transaction because parties are failing to provide data necessary for proper review. Big Cable and Verizon have also struck a behind-closed-doors anti-competition deal that would raise prices, hurt consumers, and kill jobs. Read More »

CWA: VZW Spectrum Sale Doesn’t Change Anti-Competitiveness of Deal with Big Cable

Today's announcement of wireless spectrum sales by Verizon Wireless as a condition of its spectrum deal with Big Cable does not protect consumers or workers from the anti-competitive heart of the deal: the joint marketing agreement. Read More »

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