This Native community built its own broadband network after years without reliable internet access — here’s what it means to residents
@BernieSanders now says internet access is a "basic human right," and wants to spend $150 billion to create "publicly owned broadband internet networks."
@BernieSanders announces a $150B plan to expand broadband access.
ICYMI: I successfully challenged the @FCC’sbroadband maps because they were wrong & left WV behind. Many West Virginians can’t even get 1G, much less 5G, and I’m continuing to fight for better broadband maps so that #WV gets its fair share of federal funding to expand broadband.
With Labour, an average household would save: £559 on dual-fuel energy bill £113 on water bill £364 on broadband bill £2,194 on a pair of season rail tickets £2,941 on average for childcare per child £108 for the annual cost of a monthly prescription £437 on free school meals
When companies like Google paid just £28 million in tax - despite making £1.6 billion in UK sales - that suggests they can afford to contribute a bit more. That's how we'll fund the operating costs of fast and free broadband for everyone across the UK.
We'll make the very fastest broadband free for all. Instead of you forking out for your monthly bill, we’ll make sure the tech giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google pay their fair share in tax. That's real change.
Only 8-10% of premises in the UK are connected to full-fibre broadband. It's 97% in Japan. 8 in 10 of us experienced internet problems in the last year. So we'll make the very fastest full-fibre broadband free to everybody, in every home in our country. That's real change.
SM Entertainment’s smart karaoke app ‘everysing’ launched IPTV service beginning from this October via SK broadband B tv! Now you can enjoy ‘everysing’ on TV screens and try in your home🎤 #SMTOWN #everysing #SMmakesIT #MAKEsIT
The basic principle of Net Neutrality is that access to all websites should be treated equally. What the FCC wants to do is empower broadband service provides to distort the online marketplace and set up a pay-for-play system. This would be a terrible mistake.