Broadband for America Statement on the FCC’s New Open Internet Rules

Contact: Alix Anfang, (917) 623-8052 WASHINGTON, DC – Broadband for America (BfA) Honorary Co-Chairs John Sununu and Harold Ford Jr. released the following statement in response to the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order release: “The release of the FCC’s Open Internet Order rules reinforces what many already know: it’s the first step on a […]


Broadband for America Statement on FCC Open Internet Order Vote

Contact: Alix Anfang, (917) 623-8052 WASHINGTON, DC – Broadband for America (BfA) Honorary Co-Chairs John Sununu and Harold Ford Jr. released the following statement in response to the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order vote: “The FCC’s decision to impose obsolete telephone-era regulations on the high-speed Internet is one giant step backwards for America’s broadband […]


Broadband for America Statement on Chairman Wheeler’s Net Neutrality Proposal

WASHINGTON, DC – Broadband for America (BfA) Honorary Co-Chairs John Sununu and Harold Ford Jr. released the following statement in response to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler’s net neutrality proposal: “Chairman Wheeler’s proposal to regulate the Internet as a Title II public utility is an unprecedented expansion of FCC power with heavy regulation of […]


Broadband for America Statement on President Obama’s Speech on Increasing Internet Access

Contact: Alix Anfang, (917) 623-8052 WASHINGTON, DC – Broadband for America (BfA) Co-chairs John Sununu and Harold Ford Jr. released the following statement regarding President Barack Obama’s visit to Cedar Falls, Iowa where he plans to discuss efforts to increase access to high-speed broadband: “Broadband for America strongly agrees with President Obama that expanding access […]


Title II Regulation – An Internet Tax on Millions of Consumers

One of the reasons that the Internet is a great American success story is that it is accessible and affordable for most consumers. But the federal government is about to jeopardize this progress by imposing unprecedented regulation that will drive up the cost of Internet connections. The White House has called for the Federal Communications […]