Items tagged "Network Resilency"
Public Knowledge Commends Congress for Moving to Strengthen America’s NetworkApril 29, 2021 climate change , natural disasters , Network Resilency , network resiliency
Today, Senators Ed Markey (D-MA) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) introduced the “Green Communications Act” to reduce communications outages during natural disasters and to provide funding to enhance resiliency in our communications networks that are needed as a consequence of climate change.Read More
We Already Knew Broadband Should Be A Public Utility. The Pandemic Made It Obvious.March 15, 2021 Broadband Access , Broadband Affordability , Congress , Digital Redlining , EBB , Emergency Preparedness , FCC , Net Neutrality , Network Resilency , Title II , Utility Regulation
Broadband allows people to participate in the digital world, which encompasses our daily lives. It connects people with their families and friends, news on what is happening in the country and abroad, and gives access to an unlimited amount of important information and resources. During the COVID-19 pandemic, broadband has been critical in supporting online […]Read More