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More room on radio spectrum

A presidential panel is generating more interest in technological advances in spectrum capacity. Read More »

Yes, Netflix, the ADA does apply to you

Judge: suit to force Netflix to provide closed captioning must go forward. And we in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community are pleased. Read More »

Super high-priced FiOS for some, no FiOs for many

Verizon is introducing a higher-speed, higher priced FiOS, but many low-income households have no access to FiOS at all. Read More »

Verizon “Share Everything” plan probably means less for you

Verizon Wireless is introducing a mandatory pricing plan that gives you more of what you don't need -- and less of what you do. Read More »

CWA brings Verizon cable deal to FCC doorstep

Hundreds of Verizon workers showed up FCC HQ to protest the job-threatening deal with big cable. Read More »

Verizon-Cable Monopoly Would Kill Jobs

On Huffington Post, CWA President Larry Cohen explains who really pays for proposed Verizon/cable deal: consumers and workers. Read More »

USDA to fund distance learning and telemedicine projects

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced $14 million in grants for telemedicine and education in low-income rural counties. Read More »

To help the disabled, mobile needs more spectrum

Mobile technology has greatly benefited the disabled, but to improve it needs more spectrum. Read More »

More than half U.S. seniors now online

Seniors' use of the Internet has climbed rapidly in the past year. Read More »

CWA FCC Filing: Verizon Wireless deal widens digital divide

CWA to FCC: The proposed deal between Verizon Wireless and Big Cable would disproportionally negatively impact people of color and lower income families. Read More »

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