The FCC has authorized over $121 million in funding over the next decade to expand broadband in 16 states. Providers will begin receiving the money later this month.
The UK’s telecoms industry has outlined in an open letter to the new prime minister
Ethiopian prime minister says the country will cut internet as and when, since 'it's neither water nor air'
The prime minister of Ethiopia, Mr. Abiy Ahmed, in a news conference reported by the Africa News website has defended the blackout that the country has recently experienced. According to Mr.
21 members of the European Union voted against the EU executive's proposal on Thursday for a wifi-based car standard in a blow to its backer Volkswagen. Germany, France and Italy which all have powerful auto industries - voted against the proposal.
The USA is stepping up digital incursions into Russia’s electric power grid, the New York Times reports.
After the Russian State Duma adopted the law on stable operation of the Runet, it has been approved by the Federation Council which is the upper chamber and signed by President Putin on 1 May.
The US Department of Homeland Security and its Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released al list of national critical functions of government and private sector that have vital importance to the US national and economic security, public health, and safety.
Russia’s Armed Forces are to lay a new fiber optic cable along Russia’s Arctic coastc coast as part of the construction of a new closed Internet.