• This Week In Tech Policy

    • Gardner, Sinema Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Connect Americans to Broadband, Jobs
    • U.S. Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, introduced the TOWER Infrastructure Deployment Act (TOWER Act) to increase broadband deployment and close the workforce shortage in the telecommunications industry.
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    • FCC votes to improve broadband maps
      The Federal Communications Commission voted to require broadband service providers to provide more granular information about where their services are available in order to create more precise broadband maps.
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    • White House invites tech companies to discuss "violent extremism online"
    • The White House has asked unnamed "internet and technology companies" to attend a meeting with staff and senior administration officials on Friday about "violent extremism online," an administration spokesperson said Wednesday.

    • "Right to repair" advocates lobby over antitrust concerns
      Advocates who say that companies lock users into costly repair arrangements are trying to influence a growing debate in Washington over whether giant tech firms have become monopolies.