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Montana’s Regulations Rated Worst in the U.S. for Internet Infrastructure Deployment Process – 50th in the nation — for broadband internet access – Federal Permitting Process Slows Rural Broadband Expansion

As state lawmakers begin to consider changes, R Street’s annual broadband scorecard offers a comparative look at every state’s existing laws and highlights areas for improvement.

Can California’s Net Neutrality Law Make a Fairer Internet?

A U.S. District judge has ruled that California officials should be able to enforce the state’s net neutrality law. But what will the law bring about? And is our definition of “net neutrality” as good as it needs to be?

The first five years of the Montana Free Press

In five short years, we’ve grown from an idea into a leading statewide news outlet. Credit for that success goes to all of you who read and listen to Montana Free Press reporting and support the work we do. We hope you’ll be along for the ride for the next five years.

California’s net neutrality law is a reality. Here’s what it means.

Imagine a system where your internet service provider charged you more just to access Netflix (on top of your Netflix subscription!) because they cut a deal with Hulu or Disney+? This prevents that and other unfair tactics from the telecommunications companies.

Starlink coverage map revealed — here’s where people are using the service in Montana and other states

Starlink to hit 300Mbps this year

Cheaper, faster Boise internet? New fiber competitor to roll out broadband, TV service – Career Opportunities

TDS’ current two-year promotional rates for high-speed internet in the Meridian area are $60 per month for 1Gbps, $55 for 600Mbps and $40 for 300Mbps. TDS Fiber does not restrict customers with data caps.

Newly Christened Billionaire David Baszucki’s ‘Addictive’ Roblox Is Equal To YouTube Among Gen-Z

“It’s as if we’re running ‘American Idol’ for up-and-coming game developers.”

Broadband bill to allow Montana municipalities to provide service gets hearing in House committee

“We are falling behind in our economy, and people are feeling it,” Kortum told the House Local Government Committee Tuesday afternoon. “Let’s give our towns the freedom to innovate and design broadband solutions that fit their unique needs.”

Rethink Youth: Elevate Student Voices Into Community Conversations

On this panel, both students and community leaders will come together to elevate the importance of student voice in community and philanthropic initiatives. This panel will examine how education systems and municipalities can develop and support youth participation and empowerment.

California can finally enforce its landmark net neutrality law, judge rules

It survived challenges from Trump’s DOJ, and now one from telecom industry too