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This blog by the NTIA analyzes the data from its Internet Use Survey regarding digital privacy and security concerns in American households, particularly in marginalized or underserved communities, between 2015 and 2019. The author notes that fears about internet-based crime are decreasing even though identity theft cases have been rising.
An article that looks at the trend toward deployment of new technologies that deliver faster speeds at cheaper prices and explores the implications in the private and public sectors. The author also acknowledges the questions of privacy, security, and safety that come from a society that relies more and more on connectivity.
This resource was written to help local and state governments adopt best practices for preventing significant communications infrastructure failures and stopping or mitigating intrusions, hacking, and other disruptions of communications networks. The document includes high-level introductory information and links to useful background resources, as well as detailed technical descriptions of best practices.
An article that lays out the net neutrality debate to inform readers about its history and future. The piece examines both federal and state regulations over time, as well as the non-governmental proponents and opponents of net neutrality.
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