Today, the Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) submitted its white paper, Evolving Preferences – Consumer Preferences Tilting Towards Mobile Broadband, to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for consideration in its annual inquiry into the deployment of advanced telecommunications capability.
Protecting consumer privacy online and consumer data is not a flash in the pan. It will require constant vigilance — by the FTC, by all companies in the internet ecosystem and, of course, by consumers.
According to Nielsen’s findings, there appears to be a generation gap in TV consumption. Those aged 50 and older spend more than six (ages 50-64) and seven hours (ages 65+) a day in front of the TV; young adults watch significantly less TV.
The statutory designation of broadband as a Title I information service is one key to putting the net neutrality debate to rest, and it’s also essential to creating a regulatory climate appropriate for broadband investment in rural areas.
Ever since the introduction of Google Search in 1997, the worldwide market share of all search engines has been lopsided.
In a recent poll conducted by Morning Consult, parents were asked about their views on children’s media use, monitoring, and prevention. According to the poll, not only do parents think social media is the most harmful type of media for children, they also think social media is having the biggest effect on children. The charts below... Read more »
In a recent survey, Facebook users indicated that they were less likely to share on social media due to their privacy concerns revolving around Facebook itself.
The world's internet population is growing significantly year-over-year. Between 2012 and 2017, the world's internet population grew from 2.5 billion to 3.8 billion. And the amount of data created by today's internet users is staggering.
Virtually all American businesses have access to BDS. There is simply no justification for intrusive regulation in a market that, by the FCC’s own data, is working and competitive.
Deloitte release a new paper that examines how the United States compares to other countries with regards to 5G network development and deployment. The verdict? The United States has a lot of catching up to do.