A new Morning Consult poll indicates that much of the public is happy with the speed and price of their current internet service.
Careful Fund Allocation Will Bridge Digital Divide
Achieving universal broadband by equipping every American with the transformative power of digital tools, social networks and online platforms would be a milestone accomplishment, but simply appropriating funding does not guarantee success
IIA Brings Together Social Justice Leaders
Participants in the “Connected Roundtable” reached consensus on three cornerstones of a solution to help low-income families cover internet costs beyond the pandemic
In a new study by Parks Associates, 75% of broadband households are playing video games for at least one hour per week. Online gaming and subscriptions continue to increase in popularity, especially during the pandemic.
Passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act by the Senate reminded Americans that their representatives in Congress can elevate the greater good above partisanship to solve major national challenges. Passage of the bill by the House would build confidence that, in times of great need, Congress stands ready to respond.