CWA District 4 and T/T Sector Reach Tentative Contracts with AT&T Midwest and Legacy
CWA applauds Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl?s stand on Verizon Wireless/Big Cable Proposal, as he urges the FCC to prohibit cross-marketing.
Four states have already given AT&T and Verizon an end to required landline service, and more are coming, says journalist in this video.
New advances in digital technology are helping to mainstream disabled students.
Increasing and enhancing broadband development doesn't just take place in Washington. Take, for instance, the Wisconsin Region 9 (Milwaukee-Racine and vicinity) Broadband Planning Team, created by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, to "create an action plan to address gaps in broadband availability and improve the adoption of available broadband services."
As pro-labor protests continue in Wisconsin, it has become clear that technology is playing a critical role in keeping protesters and volunteers connected, while getting their stories out to the rest of the world.
More and more telephone calls are now transmitted over the Internet. These are called Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls. Should telephone calls delivered using VoIP technology be subject to the same rules and consumer protections as traditional telephone calls?
On Wednesday, December 15, the Communications Workers of America and the Speed Matters campaign released the 2010 Report on Internet Speeds in all 50 States.
Wisconsin will soon begin rolling out fiber optic broadband connections to hundreds of schools and libraries across the state. Over 390 law enforcement agencies, 300 fire departments, and 119 hospitals could also potentially connect to the fiber network.
Speed Matters' partner One Economy was awarded $28.5 million in grant money to expand high-speed Internet in underserved communities in the latest round of NITA's Broadband Opportunity funding.