An FCC proposal to preempt state laws regulating the manner in which cities compete with private companies in the broadband space is on shaky legal footing. NC’s experience with municipal broadband shows why such laws are necessary.
Article by Emil Protalinski
Article by Mark Johnson, Chief Technology Officer of MCNC
Access to faster networks in the U.S. is greater than in Europe, where regulations have discouraged investment.
Article by Ev Ehrlich, former undersecretary of commerce under the Clinton administration.
A version of this article appeared August 5, 2013, on page A13 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: The Myth of America's Inferior Broadband.
Analysis of the difficulty of making international comparison relating to broadband pricing and the fallacies inherent in several highly-publicized reports.
TechBytes from the Institute for Policy Innovation
Forbes Contributor, Geoffrey Manne
Time Warner Cable makes $7 Million Investment to Provide Gigabit Broadband Service to More Than 700 NC Schools
16 school systems across NC now offer TWC Business Class gigabit service to their schools
by Brandon Sasso (Hillicon Valley: The Hill's Technology Blog)
by Chloe Albanesius, PCMag.com