18 More Colorado Local Governments Voted For City-Run Internet
The Comcast-backed law was enacted in 2005, but allows for towns and counties to exempt their district through a local vote.
The FCC's Next Stunt: Reclassifying Cell Phone Data Service as 'Broadband Internet'
The agency is expected to make this change in February, which will make America's broadband situation look better than it actually is.
A Hawaiian Politician Is Introducing a Bill That Would Encourage Creation of Locally Owned Broadband Networks
"One option is to reject corporate internet service providers altogether, and control the internet ourselves."
Big Telecom Spent $200,000 to Try to Prevent a Colorado Town From Even Talking About a City-Run Internet
Fort Collins, Colorado is set to vote on a ballot measure that would open the door for municipal broadband, and Big Telecom is fighting mad.
Comcast and CenturyLink Spent $50K in Seattle to Support a Mayoral Candidate Who Opposes Community-Owned Internet
One candidate is big on municipal broadband, the other thinks it’s not feasible due to the cost. Guess which one Big Telecom supports?
The Town That Had Free Gigabit Internet
Pinetops, North Carolina’s fight to get municipal broadband demonstrates how far Big Telecom will go to keep its monopoly.
How to Protect the Internet
What normal people can do to stop the concerted effort by Republicans and big telecom to destroy the open internet.
FCC Won’t Appeal Municipal Broadband Defeat to Supreme Court
After court defeat, municipal broadband fight shifts to Congress and the states.
Congress Should Support Community Broadband Networks, Advocates Say
A partisan battle is brewing over publicly-owned broadband networks.
US Appeals Court Protects State Broadband Laws Literally Written By Big Telecom
A court has killed an FCC challenge to anticompetitive telecom laws all over the country.
How the 2016 Presidential Candidates Plan to Bridge the Digital Divide
Broadband access has hardly been discussed during the presidential race, on either side of the aisle.
How Big Telecom Gets Away With Rewriting America's Laws
The fact that lawmakers will take this telecom-backed paper masquerading as “economic analysis” seriously is demoralizing.