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CWA Local 6222 Vice President Belinda Aguilar, an AT&T Mobility worker, explained how hedge fund Elliott Management's attack on AT&T has led to more outsourcing of good retail jobs to non-union authorized dealers.
"I'm ecstatic at this settlement, it's a huge win for me and all contract employees at Google and other Alphabet companies," said Shannon Wait, a member of CWA Local 1400's Alphabet Workers Union (AWU). "It's far too easy for contractors like Modis to make us believe that we aren't allowed to publicly discuss our working conditions or join unions, and Alphabet and Google turn a blind eye to this gaslighting. Now, because I had the support of my union to call them out on it, they'll be forced to inform us all of our rights."
Under Democratic leadership, FCC faces renewed calls from NATOA, CWA, and local officials to put power back in the hands of local governments.
According to a new Nielsen/NetRatings survey, 78% of home internet users have broadband.
Millions of Americans think that they have high speed Internet - but most aren't getting what they're paying for.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will try to implement a nationwide broadband network for health care providers.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development compares broadband to "utilities such as water and electricity" in its impact on the global economy.
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One consulting firm has its head in the sand if it believes that a national broadband policy will kill our economy.
Federal Communications Commissioner Michael J. Copps writes an op-ed for the Washington Post, demanding action on a national broadband Internet policy.
The research is in: Americans can't live without broadband Internet.