The digital divide leaves people unconnected, but it also prevents important services from getting faster and smarter through technology. Today we have a chance to fix that.
Two big legislative wins go a long way to protect kids' privacy and well-being online, but there's still more work to do.
Why Common Sense is opposed to Assembly Bill 2749 -- and why legislators should be, too.
The California Public Utilities Commission is creating a model for affordable high-speed internet in the U.S.
Three new bipartisan bills are among the largest investments in broadband connectivity in the country.
The 45-day enrollment window for the new $7.17 billion connectivity program starts June 29.
Lawmakers should include funding for digital navigator programs in the next federal infrastructure package.
Revised bill protects teens, places limits on surveillance advertising, and includes important enforcement improvements
State Lawmakers beware: bills preventing tech’s ability to enforce rules could make online spaces worse for children and teens.
Experts unpack the pros and cons of potential legislation.