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Stakeholders Seek Online Census Participation

Before the first largely online U.S. census began, nonprofits, telecom providers and media companies were heightening efforts to safeguard its integrity and increase participation. Many groups historically vulnerable to undercounting, including rural residents, low-income and homeless populations, and ethnic…Subscribe to Read >>

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Coronavirus Prompts Many Tech Event Cancellations

COVID-19 caused more cancellations Wednesday. Postponements and other changes were announced by associations including CTA, by the FCC and by other telecom and tech stakeholders. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., worried about conflicting coronavirus messages spread online.Read More >>

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31
Wiley state privacy update webinar, 2 p.m. EDT — see here
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31
FCC commissioners’ meeting, 10:30 a.m., now teleconference — see here
Apr
5–8
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Apr
6
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Apr
6–9
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Apr
15
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Apr
20
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