The Fiber Broadband Association (“Fiber Broadband” or “Association”) hereby submits these reply comments in response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (the “Commission’s”) Notice of Inquiry in the above-captioned proceeding seeking comment on “ways to facilitate greater consumer choice and
A federal judge has dismissed AT&T’s lawsuit against Louisville Metro Government over a local utility pole law aimed at clearing the way for new broadband providers like Google Fiber.
The Fiber Broadband Association backed the opening of a rulemaking by the FCC into access to MTEs.
The Fiber Broadband Association filed comments at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the Restoring Internet Freedom Proceeding. In our filing, we urged the FCC to restore economic rationality to how it oversees the regulation of broadband access.
Bills like this one extend access to the benefits of fiber—economic growth, educational opportunity, social mobility, enhanced civic participation, and more—to all Americans, regardless of where they live. And it shows that these issues have widespread, bipartisan support.