This resource analyzes the housing-related financial strain felt by residents in Long Beach, California, and explores the intersection of housing and internet access in the community. It provides recommendations for improving internet access and adoption.
This piece from The Benton Institute examines the ways governments can ensure competitive choices for renters in multi-tenant environments (MTE), as the lack of competition contributes to the nation's broadband affordability challenges. The author recommends that Congress and the FCC act on anticompetitive practices and prohibit contracts that discourage access to broadband, and that state and local governments lower the barrier to entry.
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