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Tech platforms are the new Wild West, Republicans and Democrats have prioritized reforming Section 230 as a solution to regulate big tech firms and platform holders. The problem is that both parties need to agree on a single solution for the statute's reform, and that solution has to be effective. Meanwhile, Charter has finetuned its wireless strategy and believes its mobile product can go toe-to-toe with those offered by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile.

State of the Statute: When is Section 230 Reform Coming?
Few issues draw bipartisan support in today’s political environment, but Section 230 reform is one priority that Republicans and Democrats continue to have their eyes on. Read More »

Spectrum Mobile Wants to Compete with Wireless Mainstays
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge used an investor conference appearance Wednesday to double-down on comments made by Comcast’s Brian Roberts denouncing fixed wireless as a long-term competitor to cable. Read More »

Photos: Out And About
With COVID restrictions being walked back across the country, we're starting to see more industry folks out and about. Read More »

‘The Chelsea Detective’ Grounds British Crime
Excitement and mystery make up Acorn TV’s “The Chelsea Detective,” with detectives Max ( Adrian Scarborough) and Priya ( Sonita Henry) solving cases in one of London’s richest areas that also possesses a darker side. Read More »

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