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FCC’s Lifeline Proposal Gets Boots from Civil Rights Groups, Consumer Advocates...

The Federal Communications Commission voted on a 3-2 party line vote to expand the Lifeline program to include broadband. Since the announcement, civil rights...

Net Neutrality Attacks Undermine Democracy and Hurt Real People

Few would disagree that the Internet can provide an array of life-enhancing benefits, from helping you get an online degree, to allowing a single...

Protecting and Advancing Florida’s Position as a Technology Leader

By David Grain, Founder and Managing Partner, Grain Management, LLC In the aftermath of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) historic vote on net neutrality, policymakers...

Redlining in Sight with Google, AT&T Fiber Rollout?

Google made headlines when, in late January, it announced that it was rolling out gigabit Internet to Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and Nashville. Eighteen cities...

Internet Taxation: Why It Matters in the Open Internet Debate

TAXATION - the one word that makes the average American cringe at its mention.  There’s income taxes, corporate taxes, Social Security taxes, property taxes...

Tech for All: Senator Booker’s Plan to Increase Tech Engagement and...

Since winning his special election in October 2013, Senator Cory Booker has become vocal in the U.S. Senate not only for New Jersey citizens...

Congress Moving Toward Action on Net Neutrality

In less than one week the Federal Communications Commission is expected to release its new net neutrality rules.  Over the past year, yet another...

An Open Internet Creates a Wealth of Opportunities for Women

By Melanie Campbell, President & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Convener, Black Women's Roundtable Over the years, the Black Women’s Roundtable has...

Broadband Offering New Yorkers A Path to Economic Prosperity

By Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda (District 87/NY) As a state known for uniquely embracing and harnessing the power of technology, it should come as no surprise...

Race-Baiting Obscures the Merits of the Open Internet Debate

Following the release of the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed Open Internet rules, an all too familiar narrative has played out about the dozens of...