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North Carolina

Panelists in a recent webinar discussed how bad actors might want to tamper with voter registration databases — and how election offices around the country have been working to stay resilient against threats.
Buoyed by unprecedented federal funding as well as a widely accepted understanding that Internet is a fundamental part of modern life, states and cities confront the remaining obstacles to getting everyone online.
Plus, initial proposals for BEAD program funding have been approved in two more states, findings from a new report emphasize the role libraries play in bridging the digital divide, and more.
North Carolina's new "Propel NC" initiative will allocate funding to community college programs based on how much they drive economic growth, prioritizing fields such as information technology and advanced manufacturing.
The issue required residents to wait as long as eight weeks for their licenses to arrive in the mail. That lag has been halved and is expected to disappear entirely by month’s end. The precise cause remains unclear.
Google Fiber has picked the North Carolina area for trials of its inaugural 20-gigabit Internet service. Commenced April 12, installations cost $250 a month and come from the company’s GFiber Labs division.
Computer science majors aren't the only ones worried about how artificial intelligence could impact the value of their degrees, as automation could reduce blue-collar jobs and new AIs could affect knowledge-seeking ones.
A new report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation advises states and regions to consider a range of connectivity issues, before deciding how to best spend federal infrastructure funding on high-speed Internet.
The Raleigh Police Department hopes that modernizing the department’s “real-time crime center,” through $629,000 in new federal funding, will help law enforcement in the city be more proactive.
Legislation filed last week, if passed, would go toward recruiting school personnel, continuing high school "learning hubs," expanding career and technology education programs, and putting security scanners in schools.