Indiana shelves network leasing deal, pauses rural broadband expansion
As Gov. Eric Holcomb rewrites an arrangement hammered out by former Gov. Mike Pence, trade groups demand equal treatment while others lament what the old deal could have been.
Police body cameras: state courts could play central role in accountability
As Donald Trump's entrance to the White House primes a new dynamic between the public and law enforcement, a new report suggests state courts step up their role as stewards of police accountability.
Trump could electrify local broadband or decimate competition, panel says
The president-elect says infrastructure repair is a crucial component of making America great again, leaving industry pundits to wonder if broadband will be included.
Civil rights advocates: Texas' new police body camera footage fee is 'a shot' at poor communities
A new statewide rule instating minimum fees for public requests of police body camera footage refuels debate between civil rights advocates and police administrators struggling to keep up with technology's rapid advance.
LinkNYC: Wi-Fi kiosks delayed in city's poorer boroughs
As New York City continues installation of free internet kiosks in some neighborhoods, while delaying installation in others, a private vendor's advertising model presents a conflict with the city's goal of tech equity.