The Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative has completed its mapping project of broadband Internet access. It offers a far more detailed look at who does and does not have Internet access — right down to individual homes and businesses.
Join us this Independence Day, and declare yourself independent from King AT&T and its monopolist pals. To celebrate the holidy, we’ve created a few graphics that we’ll be sharing on social media alongside examples of communities that have freed themselves from the rule of broadband monopolies once and for all using the hashtag #CommunityNets.
After many years working to promote community networks, we here at Community Broadband Networks (CBN) want to lay out our broader vision of a better connected country.
Yesterday, representatives in the U.S. House introduced the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act, which calls for the federal government to invest $100 billion to ensure all Americans have access to affordable, high-quality Internet access. Contact your House representative this week to ask them to support the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act and to sign on as a cosponsor.