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The move by the Federal Communications Commission to trump state laws placing restrictions on cities that want to provide broadband service has raised awareness of high-speed Internet service in society, the head of a national telecommunications association said Tuesday.
Perhaps you have been listening to the yays and nays concerning the net neutrality decision of the FCC, which also gave the City of Wilson permission to expand their Greenlight Internet service.
Last week the Federal Communications Commission moved to set aside North Carolina law in favor of the City of Wilson's Greenlight broadband service. My Spotlight this week explains why this was a bad decision.
North Carolina is bracing for a decision by Federal Communications Commission officials that could overturn the state law placing limits on municipal broadband, potentially saddling local taxpayers with new debt they would not be required to approve.
The Federal Communications Commission made a mistake when it approved the city of Wilson's petition to overturn a North Carolina law limiting municipal broadband services. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report explains why.
North Carolina is bracing for a decision by Federal Communications Commission officials that could overturn the state law placing limits on municipal broadband, potentially saddling local taxpayers with new debt they would not be required to approve.
The Federal Communications Commission made a mistake when it approved the city of Wilson's petition to overturn a North Carolina law limiting municipal broadband services. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report explains why.
The move by the Federal Communications Commission to trump state laws placing restrictions on cities that want to provide broadband service has raised awareness of high-speed Internet service in society, the head of a national telecommunications association said Tuesday.
North Carolina is bracing for a decision by Federal Communications Commission officials that could overturn the state law placing limits on municipal broadband, potentially saddling local taxpayers with new debt they would not be required to approve.
The Federal Communications Commission made a mistake when it approved the city of Wilson's petition to overturn a North Carolina law limiting municipal broadband services. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report explains why.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) today introduced legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from overriding state and local municipal broadband laws.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) today introduced legislation to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from overriding state and local municipal broadband laws.
Governor Pat McCrory joined the governors of Maryland, Mississippi, Oregon and Virginia today in a bipartisan call for federal support of E-Learning opportunities.
Governor Pat McCrory met with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) officials today to request funding for North Carolina's initiative to provide Wi-Fi access to every K 12 classroom in the state.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler recently said he may revisit state restrictions on municipalities' involvement in the broadband business. Those comments have raised some eyebrows, both in the broadband industry and among public policy analysts.
In February, Federal Communications Chairman Tom Wheeler declared that the North Carolina General Assembly had no authority to determine telecommunications policy in North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory's senior education adviser, Eric Guckian, has sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Thomas Wheeler urging the FCC to act now to expand E-Learning opportunities for North Carolina students.
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