FCC Launches Advisory Committee to Help Close Nation’s Digital Divide

February 1, 2017

According to an announcement, the committee will focus on developing specific recommendations on how the FCC can encourage broadband deployment across America.  Issues the committee will tackle include further reforms to the FCC’s pole attachment rules; identifying unreasonable regulatory barriers to broadband deployment; ways to encourage local governments to adopt deployment-friendly policies; and other reforms within the scope of the commission’s authority.

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