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Arizona Corporation Commissioners questioned Frontier CEO Nick Jeffery on the unequal treatment of tribal workers amid the company's failure to meet its Arizona broadband deployment targets.
A new report issued by the AFL-CIO, its 30th annual Death on the Job Report, reveals that every day, on average, 275 U.S. workers die from hazardous working conditions. CWA Local 3808 member Eric Chapman, an AT&T worker in Nashville, spoke at an AFL-CIO press event about two CWA members from his local who recently died – deaths that the union believes could have been prevented.
Eligible low-income households can receive $50 a month in broadband subsidies through an approved provider or by visiting https://getemergencybroadband.org.
California Broadband Task Force member Charles Giancarlo speaks out about the importance of a high speed internet policy.
A few days ago, the State of California took an important step forward for millions of Americans who lack access to the communication infrastructure of the 21st century
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.