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Universal Broadband: Essential for an Inclusive Digital Economy
The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified connectivity issues in unserved areas. Currently, 18 million Americans cannot get broadband service at home, however, there continues to be strong bipartisan agreement that broadband is the critical infrastructure of the digital age. On September 1, 2020, AT&T hosted a virtual discussion on universal broadband policy, with a focus on challenges and opportunities that currently exist.
Here’s how we’re working to bring internet access to rural and low-income families who don’t have the connection they need…
Crises have a way of bringing underlying realities into sharp relief. The pandemic is no different. Imagine going through this…
The following is based on an AT&T Technology Blog post by Mo Katibeh, Chief Product and Platform Officer at AT&T Business…
The AT&T Policy Forum cultivates an open exchange of ideas about trends in technology and public policy. We aspire to create a place where leaders in academia, government, civil society and industry can build new relationships and engage in rigorous debate about opportunities and challenges inherent in the evolution of connectivity and content.
From original research, analysis, and commentary, to a robust program of panel discussions, roundtables and presentations, the AT&T Policy Forum strives to empower policymakers and innovators with the knowledge needed to create and maintain a thriving digital economy.