Archives: February 2015

FCC Gets it Right on Community Broadband

On an historic day at the Federal Communications Commission, the agency preempted laws in North Carolina and Tennessee that restrict the ability of communities to provide broadband service to their residents. The action came in response to petitions filed last year by community broadband providers in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Wilson,...

Digital Divide in Texas Highlighted by New Maps

Today, over four million mostly rural Texas households cannot access broadband with speeds that meet the FCC’s updated goal for connectivity across the country (25 Mbps download/3 Mbps upload). Recently published maps highlight the vast and primarily rural areas of the state that lack access to the new benchmark for high-speed Internet. Read...

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