- Taking Google Fiber nationwide would cost half as much as the Telco Act of '96 did. http://t.co/a7TeIKDS ->
- Reminder: you have no online privacy. http://t.co/7dKazps3 ->
- Vint Cerf and Tim Berners-Lee both hate on the ITU. http://t.co/ywRf2jDC ->
- There's no such thing as too much bandwidth. http://t.co/UB6qF5dc ->
- Short version: if you don't already have a better service when fiber arrives, you're stuck playing catch-up. Forever. http://t.co/kaIUOEwh ->
- Mike Masnick makes the argument for open-access networks. http://t.co/cvPiCFf2 ->
- RT @UtahBroadband: Utah Broadband Advisory Council meeting today at 10 AM. Watch online: http://t.co/sclFCUtd ->
- Seattle goes gigabit. http://t.co/80Csnlzz ->
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