The FCC’s failed 2009 attempt to enact net neutrality occurred as the City of Glendale was updating its wireless facility citing rules. Covering developments and exploring the issues in context, I observed that net neutrality supports the expansion and commercial viability of wireless networks. Wireless networks are limited by bandwidth […]
The net neutrality debate. the growth of wireless networks, and calls for research into long-term health effects of radiation from wireless technology.
Los Angeles County Bar Association blog entry on Comcast v. FCC decision illuminates net neutrality issues before the FCC.
A Glendale, California perspective on the net neutrality debate and its impact on wireless network buildout.
Glendale, California Sunroom Desk links on the upcoming FCC Broadband Plan.
FCC deadline for submitted net neutrality rule comments is Thursday, January 14, at midnight.
Articles covering aspects of the FCC’s proposed open internet rules were under the Sunroom Desk Paperweight last week.
FCC Chair Julius Genachowski promises quick action on the wireless industry “shot clock” petition restricting municipal zoning rights; Glendale, California and other cities are lined up to oppose the petition.
Changing Media, under the Sunroom Desk Paperweight, explores telecommunications and broadband technology deployment, equal and open access to information, and the future of journalism.
American citizens urged to send comments in to the FCC for a National Broadband Plan for Our Future, by June 8, 2009