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Recent articles by Maggie:

FCC asks public to help test broadband speeds across the US

The agency wants more people using its speed test app to help improve its flawed broadband maps. → Read More

A Supreme Court Justice weighs in on Section 230: Here's what it means

An opinion issued by the Supreme Court Justice could spark more movement on the legal shield protecting social media companies. → Read More

Clarence Thomas and Section 230: Why the justice's musings matter

An opinion issued by the Supreme Court Justice could spark more movement on the legal shield protecting social media companies. → Read More

Biden's $100 billion broadband plan is already getting pushback

The broadband industry, including the big cable and telecom companies, do not like what they see. → Read More

Biden promises broadband for all in $2 trillion infrastructure plan

The president's plan calls for $100 billion over eight years to ensure every American has broadband access. → Read More

What's Section 230? The social media law is in the crosshairs of Congress

Republicans and Democrats are considering reforms to weaken liability protections for social media companies. → Read More

Comcast to invest $1 billion over next decade to help end digital divide

The company renewed its commitment to the 10-year old program to help ensure everyone in its service territory is online. → Read More

Comcast to invest $1 billion over next decade to help close digital divide

The company renews its commitment to its Internet Essentials program, designed to help low-income people get online. → Read More

House holds hearing on Washington, DC's fight for statehood

The House holds its first hearing this Congress on DC statehood legislation. Here's what it means and the hurdles that remain. → Read More

AT&T discontinues 'sponsored data' due to California's net neutrality law

The carrier said Wednesday it will no longer exempt its DirecTV and AT&T streaming services from its wireless customers' tiered data plans. → Read More

FCC slaps robocaller with $225 million fine as part of broader crackdown

It's the biggest fine in the agency's history, as the new acting FCC chairwoman takes on robocalls. → Read More

Democrats push $94 billion broadband bill to end digital divide

Rep. James Clyburn and Sen. Amy Klobuchar reintroduced in the House and Senate the most ambitious legislation to date to get affordable, high-speed broadband to all Americans. → Read More

FCC approves $50-a-month emergency broadband subsidies

The agency has approved rules to get the $3.2 billion COVID-19 relief fund up and running for people hit by the pandemic. → Read More

How coronavirus stimulus funds helped one state create a 'broadband miracle'

A change in a law and a global pandemic may help Mississippi become a broadband giant. → Read More

Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile dominate $81 billion 5G spectrum auction

Verizon bids more than $45 billion for licenses of the valuable mid-band spectrum in the C band auction to build its 5G network. → Read More

Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile dominate $81 billion 5G spectrum auction

Verizon bids more than $45 billion for licenses of the valuable mid-band spectrum in the C band auction to build its 5G network. → Read More

FCC readies rules for $50 emergency broadband subsidies

The agency considers a proposal to get the $3.2 billion COVID-19 relief fund up and running for people hit by the pandemic. → Read More

FCC Chair Rosenworcel launches broadband mapping task force

The head of the new task force warns it could take until next year to fix the FCC's flawed maps. → Read More

The Biden presidency: What it means for tech

Joe Biden has been on the job for almost a month. He brings a new approach to the biggest tech issues of the day. → Read More

Biden DOJ drops lawsuit to block California net neutrality law

California's net neutrality law is considered even stricter than Obama-era federal rules, which the Trump FCC had repealed. → Read More