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The FCC's new broadband maps are coming

The FCC is expected to release the initial draft of its long-awaited high-speed internet coverage maps on Friday. The maps have been in development for years, and will use geolocation-based data rather than census blocks. Officials believe the updated data will provide a sharper picture of which communities do not have access to high-speed internet. The maps are a critical next step for the Biden administration's "Internet for All" program that is anchored by $42.5 billion in funding for broadband deployment, equity and access. Benjamin Freed has more.

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South Carolina tribe wants to be like Delaware, but for crypto businesses

The new Catawba Digital Economic Zone in South Carolina is launching legal codes and inviting businesses to incorporate there. Colin Wood has more.

California launched a tracker for sexual assault kits

California this month joined the list of states operating an online tracker for sexual assault kits used by law enforcement to build leads. Colin has the story.


WATCH: Improving security postures across New York’s agencies

New York state CTO Rajiv Rao discusses how the state has benefited from greater connectivity and service delivery due to network modernization. He says the state's move to a consolidated infrastructure improved the security postures across all state agencies regardless of the size of the agency, budget or IT teams. Rao also highlights how they have better performance, resiliency and high availability because their edge devices are redundant across multiple data centers. Hear more from Rao.

Google to offer Workspace as backup solution for government entities in case they get hacked

The new solution is intended to support agencies that are hit with a cyber breach while using a competing tech company's products. Nihal Krishan has more at FedScoop.

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