Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
State AGs show support for FCC in robocall crackdown
The attorneys general said they support more stringent authentication measures for the gateway providers currently enabling robocalls.
Alaska needs a broadband office, task force tells governor
A 14-member task force made several recommendations for improving broadband capabilities across Alaska, which ranks dead least for high-speed connectivity.
Broadband infrastructure funding could be 'life-changing,' advocates say
Local governments and community groups say the $65 billion in broadband funding could close states' digital divides for good.
In confirmation hearing, Rosenworcel says FCC still needs better broadband data
Acting FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel told senators that the commission's broadband maps still "stink," but that they're getting more accurate.
FCC announces second wave of emergency connectivity funding
The FCC says it's Emergency Connectivity Fund has now supported expanded internet access at nearly 6,000 schools and libraries.
North Carolina is preparing for a $1 billion broadband push
Officials said to allocate the funding effectively, they'll need more-accurate data.
Tired of flawed broadband data, Virginia makes its own map
Virginia Tech researchers are building a statewide broadband coverage map that they say will be more accurate than what's provided by the FCC.
FCC publishes more-accurate nationwide LTE coverage map
Acting FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said the map is the agency's first use of new data-collection criteria established earlier this year.
Local governments lack funding, not desire, to expand broadband, survey finds
Many cities, counties and tribal governments have broadband projects ready, but not enough funding, according to a report from Cisco.