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Marguerite Reardon


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Recent articles by Maggie:

White House and FCC unveil 5G push and $20B fund for rural broadband

It's part of a plan to position the US ahead of global rivals, says FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. → Read More

Congress wants to put a stop to illegal robocalls

At a hearing on Capitol Hill, lawmakers express frustration and question experts on what it'll take to end these annoying calls. → Read More

Libraries lean on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to reel you in

From pithy tweets to Insta Novels on Instagram, libraries around the world are using social media to entertain and reach their audiences. → Read More

Democrats’ net neutrality bill passes House

But Republicans in the Senate promise to shut it down before it gets a vote in that chamber. → Read More

Carla Hayden has an audacious plan to make Library of Congress available to you online

She wants to bring everything the Library of Congress has to offer to you online. → Read More

Mitch McConnell: Democrats' Net neutrality bill is 'dead on arrival' in Senate

The Senate Majority Leader throws cold water on House Democrats restore Obama-era net neutrality protections. → Read More

Net neutrality battle heats up on Capitol Hill: What you need to know

Democrats want to bring back the Obama-era rules; Republicans say not so fast. → Read More

White House Aides advise Trump to veto Democrats' net neutrality bill

Democrats' 'Save the Internet Act' is likely to get the green light in the House this week, but it will be a tougher battle in the Republican-led Senate. → Read More

Democrats’ net neutrality bill heads to the House floor

The bill that will restore Obama-era net neutrality protections is expected to pass the House. But it'll likely stall in the Senate. → Read More

Earth Day reminder: Your phone, tablet and printer are recyclable

From CNET Magazine: Don’t just toss out your gadgets. It harms the planet. → Read More

Verizon wants to be your kid's first wireless carrier

Verizon has a new plan designed especially for kids getting their first smartphone. → Read More

Democrats' net neutrality bill survives first vote

But there's still a long way to go before the Save the Internet Act could become law and reinstate Obama-era net neutrality protections. → Read More

FTC demands details from broadband companies on privacy practices

The agency is asking the nation's largest broadband providers for specifics about what data it collects, who it shares it with and whether consumers can opt out. → Read More

Oprah brings Apple CEO Tim Cook to tears

Apple's star-studded event to launch Apple TV Plus ends with the company's signature "One last thing..." surprise: Oprah Winfrey. → Read More

Millions of Americans still can’t get broadband. Here’s a potential fix

A telecom trade group wants to better map out internet dead spots. But skeptics wonder if ISPs can be relied upon to provide accurate info. → Read More

Republicans say they want net neutrality rules, too.

The problem is they don’t want the FCC to be the cop on the beat. → Read More

Democrats hit the gas on Net neutrality bill

Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania says he's got the votes in the House to restore Obama-era net neutrality rules with or without Republicans. → Read More

FCC opens up experimental spectrum licenses for 6G

5G has barely gotten off the ground, and US regulators are already looking to the next big thing in wireless. → Read More

House Democrats press T-Mobile CEO over Trump hotel stays

Democrats on the House Judiciary committee told John Legere the 52 nights he and other executives spent at President Trump's Washington DC hotel look suspicious. → Read More

House hearing on Democrats' net neutrality bill gets testy

Republicans say the Democrats' bill has no chance of passing the Senate, and they call for a 'real bipartisan' effort to protect the internet. → Read More