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The world was shaken last week when Russia invaded Ukraine, and now many U.S. broadband providers are working closely with CISA to prepare for potential cyberattacks from the Kremlin. Meanwhile, video providers around the world are re-evaluating their relationship with Russian-backed media, including state broadcast network RT. Domestically, cities and communities with diverse populations are continuing to voice concerns that they'll be left behind when the NTIA distributes billions in infrastructure funding for broadband deployment.

DirecTV Dropping Russian-backed RT
DirecTV is dropping Russian state broadcasting network RT from its lineup today. Read More »

Broadband Providers on High Alert for Russian Cyberattack
While those of us in America are many miles away from the fighting in Ukraine, critical infrastructure providers here are bracing for the possibility of cyberattacks from Russia. Read More »

‘Killing Eve’ Takes Final Bow
Spies, secrets, female relationships, espionage—BBC America’s “Killing Eve” has had it all since the 2018 premiere of its first season. Read More »

Cities, POC Worry About Being Left Behind by NTIA, FCC
The NTIA’s $42 billion BEAD program promises to close the digital divide by closing the affordability and access gaps in America, but disconnected urban communities and communities of color are worried they’ll be left behind. Read More »

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