Bipartisan Voices Across U.S. Call For Comprehensive Internet Legislation

Bipartisan Voices Across U.S. Call For Comprehensive Internet Legislation Encourage Congress To Pass Permanent Net Neutrality Rules To Ensure Free & Open Internet Broadband Investment Is Growing Following Federal Communication Commission’s Repeal Of Title II Regulations: Between $72-74 Billion Were Invested Into Network Infrastructure By U.S. Broadband Companies In 2017.(Jonathan Spalter, “Broadband CapEx Investment Looking […]


Internet Doomsday Predictions Do Not Come To Fruition

  Internet Doomsday Predictions Do Not Come To Fruition Apocalypse Predictions Remain Unrealized As Internet Goes Unchanged Net Neutrality Supporters & Activists Have Predicted An Internet Doomsday, Following The June 11 FCC Repeal: On June 11, Headlines Projected Messages Of An Apocalypse & Death Of The Internet.  “Net Neutrality Is Really, Officially Dead. Now What?” (CNET, […]


Internet Service Providers Reaffirm Commitment To Open & Free Internet

Reiterate No Blocking, Censorship, Throttling Or Discrimination Members Of The Alaska Telecom Association: “We Are Writing To Assure You And All Alaskans That We Are Committed To The Principles Of Net Neutrality.  We Do Not Block Websites.  We Do Not Censor Content.  We Do Not Throttle, Discriminate Or Degrade Network Performance Based On Content.” (Christine […]


Consensus Grows For Congress To Protect Open Internet

Wide Agreement That Bipartisan, Comprehensive Legislation Is The Best Path Forward Broad Consensus Builds For Congress To Create Bipartisan Legislative Approach To Protect Open & Free Internet: A Survey Of Voters From Across The Country Found An Overwhelming 87 Percent Of Voters Support A Legislative Approach That Would Set Clear Rules For The Protection Of […]


Statement On U.S. Senate Vote To Reinstate Public Utility Treatment of ISPs Through the Congressional Review Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Broadband for America issued the following statement concerning the U.S. Senate’s vote today on a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to reinstate public utility treatment of ISPs: “There should be no doubt that the broadband industry is fully committed to an open internet and we have repeatedly stated and consistently demonstrated our […]


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