EU Postpones Further Net Neutrality Action For Now

European regulators said Thursday the EU, many of whose member states already have rules to prevent network operators from discriminating against other Internet access providers, would not enact additional rules on net neutrality for now. Europe already has more extensive regulation of last mile broadband access than does the United States, and competition among providers…

Broadband Report Shows Digital Divide Remains

The Commerce Department released its broadband report today showing seven times more customers have high speed Internet service, but that gaps in who has access remain. The report is based on census data from 2001 through 2010.FCC Chairman Genachowski has made closing that digital divide a priority in his National Broadband Plan. He said the…

Upcoming Event: WITA To Host ACTA Panel Discussion

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement may have been negotiated behind closed doors, but the Washington International Trade Association is hosting an open discussion on the final draft of the controversial agreement.Computer & Communications Industry Association President & CEO Ed Black will be a panelist at the event Friday morning at the Reagan Building.While there have been…