BROADBAND STIMULUS

 

Baller Herbst Law Group analysis of
Round Two NOFAs from NTIA and
RUS

 

Baller Herbst

 

New America Foundation analysis of
Round Two NOFAs

 

New America Foundation

 

"New broadband stimulus requirements
include urban cities"

 

Government Technology

 

More Stimulus coverage . . .

 

Government Technology

 

GigaOm

 

Amer. Library Association

 

BroadbandBreakfast.com

 

Broadband Reports

 

Unstrung

 

App-Rising

 

Craig Settles

 

FierceTelecom

 

Connected Planet

 

NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN

 

“Oh great: American Broadband Getting
SLOWER”

 

App-Rising

 

"Schools weigh in on national broadband
plan"

 

eSchool News

 

"Broadband plan may include white space
effort"

 

Broadband Reports

 

National broadband plan "may include
white space effort"

 

Broadband Reports

 

FCC issues E-Rate NPRM

 

Federal Register

 

BROADBAND

 

"U.S. broadband's average speed:  3.9
Mbps"

 

Ars Technica

 

FiOS not coming to Cape Cod any time
soon; Verizon claims concerns about
time for obtaining local franchises,
buildout requirements, economics)

 

(Note: FCC rule changes have removed
any supposedly undue franchising delays
or unreasonable buildout issues, and
Verizon has had no problems in negoti-
ating hundreds of franchises in areas
where it wanted to deploy FiOS – JB)

Falmouth Times 

 

CCG, consultant to Champaign-Urbana
says fiber project should be scaled back

 

News-Gazette

 

Net neutrality comments...

 

More on Google-Verizon joint comments

 

BroadbandBreakfast.com

 

"FCC inundated with network neutrality
filings from wide range of groups"

 

BroadbandBreakfast.com

 

"It's not an open vs. closed Internet, but
ours vs. theirs"

 

TechDirt

 

"What's next if [DC Circuit] says FCC
has no power over ISPs"

 

Ars Technica

 

"Want fast broadband?  Move to Utah"

 

Internet News

 

VIDEO

 

Comcast's promises to lawmakers as part
of NBC deal

 

Broadcasting & Cable

 

PRIVACY

 

Any legal right to privacy for information
stored online? . . .

 

TechDirt

 

... "Does the Fourth Amendment cover
the Cloud?"

 

News.com

 

OTHER NEWS

 

"Under 10 percent of IPv4 addresses are
left"

 

The Inquirer

 

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