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Mobile Future Dec 14
The decision to repeal is a vote of confidence for wireless providers and a commitment to consumers that need ubiquitous and consistent access to the Internet from their home to their mobile device.
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Robert M. McDowell Dec 14
Looking forward to appearing on with at 3:00 ET to discuss & much more I’m sure.
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Luc Bretones Dec 16
"You don't want your self-driving car operating on best-effort-delivery bandwidth," Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T at the Economic Club of New York
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CFIF.org Aug 22
CFIF delivers letters to 's office from 2,183 of his constituents thanking him for supporting true internet freedom, and encouraging him to continue to reject the misguided Pelosi-Doyle effort to reinstate Obama-era, "" regulation on the net
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Sputnik Dec 14
Replying to @SputnikInt
DETAILS: Rather than being classified as "common carriers" under , communication companies become "information providers" with less regulation under
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Andrea L. Pino #BelieveSurvivors Jul 6
Replying to @andreactually
Universities are required to provide academic accommodations to survivors. But many survivors never receive this resources. I addition, survivors are more likely to develop PTSD, a protected disability that merits further support. But schools also struggle with .
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Stephanie Hirsh Oct 5
After passage by Senate & House, President signed the FY19 Defense/Labor HHS Educ Approp bill that provides level funding – $2.05 billion – for Title II. The bill funds Title II and all education programs through September 30, 2019. Thank your members!
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NAESP Oct 1
It's official! The FY19 education funding bill was signed into law. Funding for federal education programs are locked in through September 2019. Here's the official statement. via
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The Benton Foundation Dec 8
. Says Cripples Investment. That's Not True
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The After Parties Dec 14
FCC Net Neutrality vote delayed due to security evacuation
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Jess BOOhard 👻 Dec 14
Those who are against /: do you think ISPs will not create fast lanes? Or are you just not concerned about fast lanes? Those who are for /: why do you think ISPs WILL create fast lanes? (Genuinely asking, I'd like to hear opinions!)
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Tom Struble Jun 11
What does repeal of , transfer of oversight to , mean for science? Some fear ISPs will block access to scientific research, but I doubt it (no incentive + would likely violate Section 5). will drive R&D in real-time services, though!
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Tom Struble Jan 11
Someone should’ve told these that the Internet is dying & w/o their investments will all be stranded! 😜 — Venture capitalists poured $84 billion into startups in 2017, a massive tally not seen since the dot-com boom
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(((haroldfeld))) Aug 28
The Verizon throttling incident in CA and its aftermath show just how radical -- and dangerous -- the repeal of and were.
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Roslyn Layton, PhD Jul 25
Preliminary numbers from@USTelecom shows network investment roaring back now that has restored internet policy that Congress intended. The more time we can put on the clock to separate us from that misguided experiment, the better.
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The American Consumer Institute Dec 12
adds more government involvement to the internet. -
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MMTC Nov 20
We deserve an internet law that creates . Tell Congress now!
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Josh Tabish Apr 4
I worked late to set the record straight on whether e-health and telemedicine are compliant under the FCC's 2015 rules. But was it worth it? Here's what I came up with:
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Sputnik Dec 14
Replying to @SputnikInt
DETAILS: Five-member panel voted in favor of reclassifying from to of the Communications Act of 1934
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Lawrence Spiwak May 10
Chair needs to make it clear that if CRA passes FCC will PROPERLY enforce - i.e., BSPs must charge edge companies positive price for terminating access at tariffed rates & reasonable discrimination is permitted.
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