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The Emergency Broadband Benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands.
BroadbandNow also found that broadband availability for all technologies, including DSL, fiber, cable and fixed wireless are over-reported.
Technician Brigade members will fight for local subcontractor transparency policies.
Korea's largest Internet provider is investing more than $1 billion to put fiber optic lines in every home in South Korea by 2010, according to the Korea Herald.
CWA President Larry Cohen thanks CWA local 1103 members for leading the way by volunteering for the Speed Matters Action Committee.
To get a feel for the challenges of expanding Internet access, it's important to look at the issue not in the abstract, but on the ground - for example, by exploring Internet access as it affects an ordinary couple in an ordinary town. A couple like the Steinbocks of Sheboygan, WI.
When he announced his campaign for President of the United States, Senator Barack Obama put the need for universal access to high speed internet front and center.
This week, Information Week explores an important issue: while high-speed Internet access is growing in the U.S., we're not keeping up with the rapid pace of Internet growth around the world.
Telemedicine administered via videoconferencing has the potential to help children suffering from cancer, worldwide. It already is in some places, thanks to programs that orchestrate videoconferencing between experts in varied fields related to pediatric oncology with children in developing countries, who otherwise would not have access to such expertise.
The Workers Independent News interviewed CWA President Larry Cohen for their special radio report about Speed Matters.
Look out avatars, there's a new kid on the block. He's a few years older than your average teenage computer geek, prefers a grey suit to cargo pants, and is slightly more political. His name is Congressman George Miller, and he chose to take his message beyond the grounds of Capital Hill and into the virtual world of Second Life.