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100 Million Still Don’t Have Broadband, Says New Federal Report

A new multi-agency federal report based on census data reveals that the digital divide continues to persist. Read More »

Obama threatens veto to save net neutrality

President Obama threatens veto of attempt to overturn FCC open Internet rules. Read More »

AT&T, T-Mobile USA Merger Means California Jobs

The executive director of the San Francisco Labor Council writes that the AT&T/T-Mobile merger would mean job help for California. Read More »

Governor Dayton names Minnesota broadband task force

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton names task force to promote “border-to-border” broadband and cell phone access. Read More »

AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Opponents Mislead With Job Loss Scare

The proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger will bring jobs and stability -- despite claims to the contrary. Read More »

Keep Net Neutrality, Kerry Urges Fellow Senators

Senator John Kerry released a letter urging senators to stop a Republican bill stripping the FCC of net neutrality powers. Read More »

Does The Internet Save You Money?

The Internet Innovation Alliance claims that high-speed access saves consumers more than $7000 a year. Read More »

Majority of Under-45s Have Smartphones

While overall smartphones are still less than 50 percent of total mobile ownership, they're a majority for people between 18 and 44. Read More »

Speed Matters Urges Expansion of FCC Help To Low-Income Population

Minority groups want continuation of Link-up America and Lifeline telephone subsidies, and urge expansion to include broadband. Read More »

FCC Makes It Official: USF Now Covers Broadband

By 4-0, the Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission voted to "create a new Connect America Fund with an annual budget of no more than $4.5 billion, which will extend broadband infrastructure to the millions of Americans who currently have no access to broadband." Read More »

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