New Report Shows Failure Of Biden-Proposed Heavy-Handed Internet Regulation

A New Report Debunks Claims That The Heavily Regulated Internet Of The European Union Has Resulted In A Superior Experience For Its Consumers. Instead, That Study Finds That The U.S. Bests The EU In Both Broadband Deployment And Adoption, Showing That The Lighter Touch Approach Has Yielded Better Results.

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Nearly $15 Million in Broadband Accessibility Grants Awarded Across Tennessee

The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Recently Announced Nearly $15 Million In Grant Money To Help Provide Broadband Access To A Number Of Unserved Residents.

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Regulators Stifle Broadband Expansion With Exorbitant Pole Attachment Fees

As Government Officials Discuss The Affordability Of Broadband, Some Regulators Are Helping Contribute To The Problem By Implementing Sky-High Pole Attachment Fees, The Cost Of Which Tend To Be Passed On To The End Consumer. Regulators Claim These Costs Are Necessary To Compensate The Cooperatives For The Maintenance Of The Poles But Increasing The Cost Goes Against The Spirit Of A Bill Passed To Set Rates To Boost Rural Broadband Expansion.

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Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Calls On State Legislature To Support Economic Recovery

Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Calls On State Legislature To End Business Shutdowns & Show More Business Support As They Recover From Response To COVID-19.

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Senators Introduce Bill To Amend Rule Over Third-party Internet Content

In the wake of allegations of big tech companies suppressing political speech and news stories on their platforms, Republican senators and congressmen introduced legislation to amend Section 230, part of a federal code that regulates third-party content on the internet.

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