Policies, laws and regulations that impact the access and cost of Internet and the digital technologies we’ve come to depend on…More
Broadband Internet access is rapidly becoming the infrastructure of our everyday lives. From the ability to bank via your blackberry to peer-to-peer video chatting on your laptop, broadband and digital technologies have moved at an amazingly rapid pace and you don’t always know what’s next. CDF supports the policies that will help all Americans have access to the boon of broadband and that will encourage the next iteration of broadband and digital technologies, so that consumers can take full advantage of current and future broadband capabilities.
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Citizens for a Digital Future recognizes that adoption of and access to broadband technology — and its enhancements — has become increasingly critical to the environment, for education, economic development and health care, among others. Our members support and advance public policies that encourage transparency, broad deployment and robust enhancement of broadband and digital technologies.
- 60 Plus Association
- American Council of the Blind
- American Homeowners Grassroots Alliance
- BTech, Inc.
- CBM of America
- CoAdna Photonics
- Enhanced Telecommunications Inc.
- Entone, Inc.
- Fiber Source Inc.
- Independent Technologies Inc.
- MANA: A National Latina Organization
- National Association of Neighborhoods
- National Black Chamber of Commerce
- National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry
- NSG America, Inc.
- OFS Fitel, LLC
- PECO II, Inc.
- Sunrise Telecom, Inc.
- Suttle Aparatus Corp.
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Thank you for your interest in being a part of the Citizens for a Digital Future coalition. Citizens for a Digital Future recognizes that the development of broadband technology has become an essential element of education, economic development and healthcare sectors. Citizens for a Digital Future supports and advances public policies which allow for expansion and enhancement of broadband and digital technologies as well as those which encourage transparency for consumers.
As a member of Citizens for a Digital Future, you and your organization will be kept aware of developments relating to our efforts to generate support for policies that spur innovation and investments in new technologies.
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