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The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Posted by Amy Gross

Today's Regulatory Mix:  FCC Confirms That Community Use of E-Rate-Support Wi-Fi Networks is Permitted, FCC's Carr Praises Internet Providers' New Plans for Low-Income and Student Access, US Congress Secure 5G and Beyond and Broadband DATA Act

 

FCC entrance shutterstockFCC Confirms That Community Use Of E-Rate-Supported Wi-Fi Networks Is Permitted 

The FCC confirmed that schools and libraries that are closed due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak that they are permitted to allow the general public to use E-Rate-supported Wi-Fi networks while on the school’s campus or library property. Specifically, libraries may offer access to E-Rate funded services on their premises as well as services that are

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Topics: FCC Commissioner Carr, Broadband DATA Act, COVID-19, E-Rate-Support Wi-Fi Networks, Low-Income Access, Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020, Student Access

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