1. One Step Closer: A Look at the Guidelines for Round II BTOP

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    Linda Schatz, President of EdTech Strategies, LLC and consultant to the Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP), and Bob Bocher, library technology consultant at Wisconsin’s state library…

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    • Cascadeo Rural Broadband Stimulus Webinar

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      In this webinar we explore the challenges facing CLECs and ILECs interested in upgrading their networks to support real broadband to the home. Also included are ways to overcome those challenges.

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      • Developing Better Mobile Privacy Notices

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        Recorded at the 4th annual Privacy Identity Innovation conference (pii2013) in downtown Seattle on September 18, 2013. Speakers include: • Moderator: Rob Pegoraro, Freelance Technology…

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        • Why Broadband Access Matters: Digital Inclusion

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          Discussion Panel 1 http://connect.dc.gov/ On Saturday, April 28th, Connect.DC hosted a Spring Community Broadband Summit. Hundreds of residents, businesses, and nonprofits from across the city…

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          • A Few Words from Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski and Lawrence E. Strickling

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            March 26, 2012 Inter-County Broadband Network Community Anchor Symposium The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski is a United States Senator for Maryland. Lawrence E. Strickling is Assistant Secretary…

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            • TechEyes (episode 7) - Broadband, Part 1: Why Now?

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              Episode 7: Broadband (part 1): Why Now? The US lags behind the world leaders in broadband speed and access. Why? How did this happen? Has a $7.2 Billion federal investment made a difference? Why should…

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              • Information is Power: UC2B and the Economy

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                Student film made in LIS 418 at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois. The film is about how three local organizations can use the coming federal broadband…

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                • Media News - September 3, 2009

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                  Subject: Hate Speech Resolution Passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Guest: Aurora Grajeda, Hispanic/Latino Anti-Defamation Coalition Host Tracy Rosenberg

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                  • Spring Community Broadband Summit - Angela Simpson - Keynote Speaker

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                    Angela Simpson is the Chief of Staff for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. http://connect.dc.gov/ On Saturday, April 28th, Connect.DC hosted a Spring Community…

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                    • Craig Settles on How and Why Broadband Matters

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                      Broadband industry analyst Craig Settles looks at the National Broadband Map and what it reveals about online access in the U.S.

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