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Net neut rules hit the books today

Sep 23, 2011
The Federal Communications Commission's rules on net neutrality are finally official. The rules state that Internet Service Providers can't prefer...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, Internet, net neutrality, wireless
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Broadband grumbles

Sep 15, 2011
Sure, everyone likes the IDEA of improved rural broadband. How to roll it out and pay for it? Well that's a bit of a sticky issue. Politico is...
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Comcast to launch internet access program for low income families

Aug 8, 2011
Comcast's Internet Essentials plan will be available in all 39 states the phone/internet/TV company reaches beginning in early September. For ten...
Posted In: broadband, Comcast
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On-shoring is the new off-shoring (thank you FCC)

Aug 5, 2011
Call centers are bringing jobs back to the United States. Julius Genachowski, chairman for the FCC, says call centers will hire about 100,000 pe...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, government, Jobs
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Read the FCC's report on broadband access

May 24, 2011
If you're into 99 page reports with lots of details, here you go! If you're into 2-page press releases that summarize said reports, here you go!
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FCC may give the country's broadband deployment a big F

Apr 20, 2011
The FCC's yearly 706 report on how well broadband providers are deploying broadband services to Americans. Last year was the first time in years...
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More than a quarter of all Americans still don't use the Internet

Feb 17, 2011
Results of a federal survey on Net connectivity out today suggest that more than a quarter of all Americans still do not use the Internet, and as...
Posted In: broadband, Internet, picture this
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Washington's Internet Obsession

Nov 18, 2010
Here in Washington, the Obama Administration has been pursuing a lot of internet-related policy while we've all been distracted with tax cut and...
Posted In: broadband, business, net neutrality, policy, web privacy
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Internet? Meh, say 23% of American households

Nov 10, 2010
Maybe it's too easy to think that the internet is a part of everyone's lives. But then you see a report like this new one from the Department of...
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Chattanooga to get fastest Internet service in U.S.

Sep 13, 2010
Think your Internet service is fast? Probably not if you live in the United States -- with the rare exception of those living close to a major...
Posted In: broadband, Internet

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