- Broadband Bytes for 2013-03-29 http://t.co/7JBluLtxPo ->
- CenturyLink kicks off customers for exceeding bandwidth caps… but won't tell you how much you used. http://t.co/WTyJ0x4hyM ->
- Comcast gets out of an antitrust suit. http://t.co/ilIJHCA1E7 ->
- Six strikes negotiations as opaque as most of everything else the White House does. http://t.co/ppZNKm5FHV ->
- Survey confirms that wireless over wired is a sucker's argument. http://t.co/BTKS0m03Cm ->
- An unfortunately accurate portrayal of how bad the anti-competitive landscape is. (NSFW language warning) http://t.co/2UiqvlLzYQ ->
- Are crappy upload speeds designed to keep you from circumventing traditional content distributors? http://t.co/rx2wn28R9R ->
- Was it a real cell tower or the FBI? There's no warrant to show it. http://t.co/ddn9exgdR8 ->
- The Internet's hunger for electrons may necessitate some big leaps in efficiency. http://t.co/fuuRYZydym ->
- If you want fiber, a rural area may be your best bet. No joke. http://t.co/vXFTIoBrPm ->
- Aereo beats the big guns and is officially legal. http://t.co/6IIxI7KtyO ->
- No, you can't destroy the Internet to protect your copyrights. http://t.co/ulmyoCyZQY ->
- A DDoS gets routed around and can't take down the whole Internet. http://t.co/iWNSnf1wID ->
- Your friendly periodic reminder that "free market" telecom doesn't really exist. http://t.co/6BmeLfuX9G ->
- Are you a cash-strapped telco? Fiber will cut your costs by 20%. http://t.co/DlzOW83Nuq ->
- Micro-trenching may hit the big leagues soon. http://t.co/gYMdv5o7H1 ->
- Copyright trolls are already salivating over what they can get out of "six strikes". http://t.co/N8LYuCMaaU ->
- Silly college fees are pushing people to online alternatives. http://t.co/k13GO1Xsa7 ->
- If you use a VPN service, read the fine print and know the risks. http://t.co/akvCt7T4Vo ->
- Are caps and throttling necessary? No, not really. http://t.co/sjZh390s6h ->
- Want to see the CISPA debates? Tough noogies. http://t.co/YzkflhhNsI ->
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