Thursday, April 16, 2015
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler threw down the gauntlet at the Broadband Communities Summit in Austin this week, challenging large-scale incumbent Internet providers to do more to offer higher-speed access to all Americans. He cited the 20 percent of Americans who still have “no choice” to get wired, broadband Internet at their homes. Pressing forward with a rallying cry of “competition, competition, competition,” he defended his agency’s recent moves to enforce net neutrality, even as large-scale incumbents have jockeyed to block those moves in court, according to BroadbandBreakfast. Read the full article here.