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Backlash hits Verizon Wireless cable deal

CWA and IBEW bring 85,000 signatures to the Senate Judiciary Committee antitrust subcommittee opposing the Verizon-cable deal. Read More »

Minority business can ease digital, race wealth divide

Supporting minority business enterprise can help erase both the digital divide and the racial wealth divide. Read More »

Mobile broadband coverage revealed

The FCC released a comprehensive map, detailing who can and who can't access high-speed mobile phone and broadband service. Read More »

BTOP brings broadband to the under-served

Federal reinvestment funding to Broadband Technology and Opportunities Program (BTOP) has brought computer and Internet skills and access to thousands. Read More »

Buffalo coalition challenges Verizon for FiOS gap

Verizon won't fulfill its promise of FiOS to Buffalo, so the Don't Bypass Buffalo Coalition is increasing the pressure. Read More »

Columbia’s Eli Noam says mobile is no substitute for wired broadband

The director of Columbia University's Institute for Tele-Information says that mobile Internet access is insufficient. Read More »

Financially struggling Mississippians lacking broadband

Poverty in Mississippi is aggravated by inadequate broadband, especially for African Americans. Read More »

The Challenge of Broadband and Social Justice

Broadband and Social Justice Summit: spectrum crunch threatens minority mobile broadband gains. Read More »

Civil Rights In The Digital Age

Dr. King's fight for full civil rights would today include online access and skills. Read More »

FCC advances with Internet video closed captioning

Video closed captioning came closer to reality as the FCC moves the 2010 rules along. Read More »

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