Net neutrality has been among the most contentious policy issues in telecommunications or almost any other area over the past decade. But there is a real way forward to solve this issue instead of continuing to debate it at a time when the country should be focusing on advancing 5G technology.
The video game entertainment industry has grown into the biggest entertainment industry in the United States based on consumer spending, and PC continues to be the leading video game entertainment platform.
Because 5G is so much more powerful than the previous generations of mobile technology, the need for spectrum to take advantage of 5G’s potential is likewise more complex. Congress can help by passing the AIRWAVES Act, a bipartisan bill introduced in the last Congress which would establish a schedule for future spectrum auctions over the next five years to help ensure U.S. preeminence in 5G.