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Local leaders say Intel’s future workforce will need public transportation options
COLUMUBS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — As President Joe Biden and other leaders prepare to attend a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Intel project in Licking County — which Ohio… Read More
The Biden administration is capping the cost of internet for low-income Americans
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — The Biden administration says it will partner with internet providers to lower the cost of high-speed internet plans for low-income Americans, the White House announced Monday…. Read More
How Athens Schools Bridged The Internet Gap During the Pandemic
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — It was Tuesday, March 10, the day before Ohio had its first 3 COVID-19 cases reported and the state of emergency declared. Students were supposed to… Read More
Even In Crisis Times, There Is A Push To Wire Rural America
The COVID-19 crisis has forced us to move almost everything online. But more than one-third of the U.S. population in rural areas has little or no access to the Internet.
WATCH: SpaceX and OneWeb Face Off in Quest for Internet Domination
In what has already been a busy year in space, the London-based telecommunications company, OneWeb, on Friday launched a second round of satellites into orbit in a bid to expand… Read More
Mark Zuckerberg Offers A Choice: The Facebook Way Or The China Way
At a congressional hearing, the CEO acknowledged he is not “the ideal messenger” for Facebook’s digital currency plan, but said innovation is essential to American financial leadership.
48 States Investigating Whether Google’s Dominance Hurts Competition
The top legal officials of 48 states, led by Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton, announced a major investigation into Google’s dominance in search and advertising.
Facebook Could Face Up To $5 Billion Fine For Privacy Violations
Facebook reported strong profits on Wednesday but also revealed it is setting aside $3 billion to pay a penalty to regulators for violating users’ privacy.
Rural Broadband Funding Could Connect More Ohio Valley Communities To High-Speed Internet
Vivian Livingood is the mayor of Gilbert, a southern West Virginia town of under 500 people that has struggled for years without reliable internet. Livingood said that hampers Gilbert’s tourism,… Read More
Broadband Internet Bill Advances In W.Va. House
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Legislation aimed at expanding high-speed wireless and broadband internet development in West Virginia has advanced in the House of Delegates. The House committee on technology and… Read More