Internet for All – 3/13/15

To address the digital divide, in addition to access to hardware and training, access to the Internet is a key component.

There is an organization in Calfornia working to demand that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)  require Comcast to improve and expand its affordable home Internet service if it approves the proposed merger with Time Warner.

On this front, the good news is that a California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Judge has proposed requirements that Comcast make major expansions and improvements to its $9.95 a month affordable Internet program, if it is to win regulators’ approval to merge with Time Warner Cable in the nation’s largest state.

If you’d like to send a message of support to the California Public Utilities Commission and the FCC, you can use the form put together by Internet for All Now here


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