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From Academy Award® nominated director Rory Kennedy, the new documentary Without A Net: The Digital Divide in America illuminates this complex issue, inspiring a nationwide call-to-action.
From Academy Award® nominated director Rory Kennedy, the new documentary Without A Net: The Digital Divide in America illuminates this complex issue, inspiring a nationwide call-to-action.
What caught my attention is the sleaze exposed while trying to find who is funding them. Ever hear of a group called "The
March 1, 2012: Order Instituting Rulemaking to Evaluate Telecommunications Corporations Service Quality Performance and Consider
Even though the Telecom Act had 'deregulated' the local phone networks so that they were open to direct competition, the
"Mr. Eisenach also spoke at the 2015 GSMA conference in Barcelona, Spain, along with a fellow NERA consultant. In the lead
What Will the FCC Look Like? If Trump is serious about 'draining the swamp', then he should worry he is instead creating
Why would America ever want AT&T to get larger when it failed to properly upgrade and maintain critical telecommunications infrastructure of the utility networks in 21 states, which covers at least half of the U.S. population?
Gaming the System: A Mockery of the Principles of a Utility and Public Obligations. "As detailed below, there is now indisputable
By J.H. Snider This article originally appeared at The American Prospect. Subscribe here. Imagine you own a house that stands
But the problems that are being uncovered by the Cleveland Plain Dealer's investigative reporting appear to have very deep
Why Stop Doing FiOS Fiber to the Home -To Save Money and Get Rid of the Unions. "Coming Soon to Your TV Screen, The Info
NOTE: The opening picture is of a Verizon Central Office (CO) in Kingston, New York. That is testimony of this abrupt changeover
Building the infrastructure we want not what the market deserves What is at stake here is more than the current discussions
Cross-border data flows acutely impact the ability of firms to conduct business internationally. In a recent report, Business Roundtable identifies different areas of activity whereby firms may transmit data across national borders to support business operations.
"Pennsylvania is Investigating State of Verizon's Landline Service", Consumerist "CWA Petitions Maryland Public Service Commission
Only a portion of the public's health -- a consensus pins it at 20% -- is attributable to genetics. The other significant
Over the last century and a half, wireless communication has continued to evolve, enabling mobile phones, widespread sensors, global positioning systems and the development of a digitally-connected world.
Despite the progress being made in global connectivity, by 2020 there will still be over 3.6 billion people not using the