- Broadband Bytes for 2014-07-04 http://t.co/oP51fJFK2a ->
- The Daily Herald calls out Orem on a distinct lack of a plan B for UTOPIA. http://t.co/Rim7MVrN5X #utpol ->
- If you like privacy online, the NSA is watching you. http://t.co/yGg1HOa3Gg ->
- Are federal grants for broadband working? Nobody knows. http://t.co/40jKHNwiQJ ->
- US broadband is still not a world leader. http://t.co/8sBVHuTsVD ->
- Wireless is now an even worse option for broadband. http://t.co/vyr5LXSR0y ->
- Google think Netflix is onto something with shaming ISPs that throttle video. http://t.co/aIXD4JZzEJ ->
- Streaming video (and its bandwidth demands) is a lot more than Netflix. http://t.co/hKrBOrYh3A ->
- Incumbent telcos want to abandon wired networks to force you onto high-margin wireless. http://t.co/6fMIh1JA7Z ->
- Another study confirming what we already knew: existing networks are entirely inadequate. http://t.co/kD3fYbIzcA ->
- Level 3 is taking sides on net neutrality. http://t.co/OwCWHNic98 ->
- Is Netflix's performance problem self-inflicted? http://t.co/qaaeJBpLhm ->
- Want to use shared wireless spectrum? It's going to be really, really hard. http://t.co/0ZXOH5URyE ->
- CenturyLink has effectively called it quits on doing anything useful with residential service. http://t.co/J4O4dJzP39 ->
- Yes, your lightbulbs can now be a security problem. http://t.co/mczjiQLVWR ->
- Given the price of a traditional landline, it's no wonder so few people use them. http://t.co/QmeyRMhFG9 ->
- Aereo's new tactic: "Sure, we're a cable company. Now you HAVE to license your signal." http://t.co/qqP1T4Otbn ->
- Gigabit over phone lines works in a lab… at a max range less than Ethernet cable. http://t.co/79LGBxAD0O ->
- Comcast might actually run into merger roadblocks. http://t.co/jXwuyMlhQY ->
- I can't remember the last time I've even seen a payphone. http://t.co/WR1PLfy9P1 ->
- Peering makes everything cheaper for everyone, but big ISPs still want a check for it. http://t.co/TldFRNBVgP ->
- Why would you want fiber from a company that's been MIA on net neutrality? http://t.co/bQNRebkoqx ->
- Layton holding additional public meetings on UTOPIA and Macquarie #utpol http://t.co/fgLEzuqTW5 ->
- Dish gets religion on net neutrality, but probably because it's working on its own OTT video product. http://t.co/i3bQGxWXvE ->
- What if your cable operator stopped carrying a bunch of channels and you didn't even notice? http://t.co/0w4EqyWTZJ ->
- The Davis County Clipper's obligatory "so now what" article. http://t.co/ugN7veZCYU ->
- Here's an idea of the kind of competitive pricing a full UTOPIA buildout could bring. http://t.co/oXcMC6wfAM ->
- Former Provo Mayor punches the Utah Taxpayers Association in the gut again. http://t.co/VNrQrf1BtN ->
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