The world wide web, the information space we all use to connect on the internet, is 29 years old. Its founder, Tim Berners-Lee, wants the world to come together to close the digital divide.
ISPs in the US have been called out for similar behavior before.
Google’s 'pause' is driven largely by executive frustrations with fiber deployment costs and a fascination with the potential of next-generation wireless.
At the core of the problem is, unsurprisingly, the influence of deep-pocketed telecom operators on lawmakers and regulators.
The inequality extends beyond lower income groups.
SoftBank-backed blimp startup Altaeros thinks floating internet infrastructure can do more than emergency relief.
The goal is to frame net neutrality as a fringe issue favored by the Hollywood elite, while suggesting the FCC’s hard at work tackling the real problem: rural broadband availability.
As executive director of the First Nations Technology Council, Denise Williams wants to equalize the digital playing field for BC’s Indigenous communities.
If they can get traction, it will make small gains towards closing the digital divide.
An app called eNuk is being configured to run on the network and help residents in northern Canada swap information about their changing environment.
There's No Evidence Comcast's New 'Network Investment' Is Because of Net Neutrality Repeal or Tax Cuts
Comcast announced it's spending $10 billion annually on infrastructure upgrades, which is the same amount it spent before net neutrality repeal.
As Minnesota’s Lieutenant Governor, Smith championed broadband funding programs.