Congress Is Trying to Stop Ajit Pai from Taking Broadband Assistance Away from the Poor
The Lifeline program provides subsidized communications services to low-income Americans, many of whom rely on it as their only way to access the internet.
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Internet Service Providers Systematically Favor White Communities Over Communities of Color
The inequality extends beyond lower income groups.
Republicans Attack the FCC Over Net Neutrality, Other Core Programs
Republican lawmakers voted to slash the FCC’s budget and cripple its agenda.
GOP Fails to Sabotage FCC Lifeline Broadband Aid For the Poor. For Now.
Republican-backed measures to end mobile phone subsidies are defeated.
After Net Neutrality Win, Emboldened FCC Eyes New Reforms
With new legal certainty, federal telecom regulators forge ahead on key policy priorities.
The Republican-Backed 'CURB Act' Aims to Limit Broadband Aid for the Poor
GOP lawmakers target the FCC’s Lifeline broadband expansion.
FCC Approves Low-Income Broadband Subsidies, New Privacy Protections
Lifeline reforms will expand broadband access for millions.
20,000 People Just Urged the FCC to Subsidize Broadband for the Poor
A federal effort to close the digital divide gathers momentum.
Rip Your Throat Out with Sacrilege's Remastered Version of "Lifeline"
Their impactful and remastered record 'Behind The Realms of Madness' coming out November 13.
Millions of Cheap Cell Phones Don't Get Emergency Alerts
The issue is the newest target of digital divide activists.
Sonic Poison Invite You into "Another Day of Misery"
Members of Sheer Terror, The Casualties, Deathcycle and more go all Black Flag on us.
New Zealanders May Soon Find it Harder To Talk About Suicide
The planned merger of emergency and non-urgent telephone hotlines may see people at high-risk of suicide face more barriers to finding help, and cut jobs in the process.