Senior Citizens

The federal Lifeline wireless subsidy program has a lot of support across the board, and some angry Republican detractors in Congress.
The FCC's "How the Internet Can Benefit Older Americans" is now online.
The Senate defeated a Republican proposal to end the telephone Lifeline program.
Connect2Compete's new digital literacy initiative, Everyone On, is neglecting seniors.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn said that her support for federal telephone subsidy to low-income Americans remains firm.
Europe is considering taxing firms like Netflix, Google and Facebook to support the physical Internet. Should we?
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, the FCC will be holding hearings to investigate the nation's telecommunications deficiencies.
The Pew Internet project found out what we really use our cell phones for.
The Partnership for a Connected Illinois has found a significant divide between suburban and rural broadband use.
AT&T's plan to replace rural copper lines with wireless is the most important telecom development since the Telecommunications Act of 1996.