U.S. President Biden signs into law $65 billion for more accessible and affordable internet
Today, President Biden signed the bipartisan infrastructure bill into law, which includes $65 billion to close the digital divide.
Civil society defends affordable broadband in New York
Access Now and a coalition of civil society organizations filed an amicus brief in support of New York’s Affordable Broadband Act (ABA).
Digital rights champions nominated to lead U.S. FCC and NTIA
At long last, U.S. President Biden has nominated public interests advocates to lead the Federal Communications Commission and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
How to apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit in the U.S.
It’s time to “broadband together” for internet access in the U.S.
Access Now, Consumer Reports, and a coalition of partner organizations launched a national broadband affordability initiative where people across the United States can share information about the quality and cost of their internet connection.
Internet for all? Biden has a $100B vision
Access Now applauds President Biden’s plan to allocate $100 billion to improve internet access in the United States.
Internet for all? A cure for the digital divide in the U.S.
Access Now endorses the “Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act,” an important step towards ensuring everyone in the United States can get online.
U.S. FCC should quickly deliver Emergency Broadband Benefit to people in need
Access Now and Free Press urge the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to immediately implement the Emergency Broadband Benefit program that Congress established in the pandemic-relief package.