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How USF Reform Might Affect Colleges and Universities: Some Early Appraisal
May 3, 2012

For many decades, telephone users served by commercial providers—including campuses—have paid surcharges on their interstate and international long-distance calls. The revenue collected by t…

The FCC and Network Neutrality
May 19, 2010

“Network neutrality” refers to the principle by which Internet access is provided in a nondiscriminatory manner, treating all legal content the same regardless of the source or destin…

The Third Way: A Narrowly Tailored Broadband Framework
May 6, 2010

Many have asked about the FCC’s next steps in view of the recent decision in the Comcast case. The FCC Chairman describes a path forward, which will begin with seeking public comment on a …

Measuring Broadband Access: Congress Passes Legislation Requiring Broadband Surveys
October 2, 2008

Before you can fix the problem, you must diagnose it. On Tuesday, September 30, Congress passed the final version of S. 1492, the Broadband Data Improvement Act. It is expected that Presiden…