- Layton is mulling an opt-out from the Macquarie utility fee. http://t.co/823xAe0KUa #utpol ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2014-07-18 http://t.co/yvHnzN5rzT ->
- Verizon makes all FIOS fiers symmetrical connections. http://t.co/FG09CTxn1F ->
- Since the "private" sector has failed to make good on promises, it's time for someone else to give it a whack. http://t.co/nMJhh3qqZe ->
- Bandwidth is often the limiting factor to getting more tech in schools. http://t.co/ObXfR8hPAB ->
- A Dutch startup thinks it can bring more FTTH to the US. http://t.co/CzkVuiPS6W ->
- If you live in a rural area, the FCC wants to give you money to build broadband. http://t.co/df3RVcFoS7 ->
- Apparently 4K video is not coming to a living room near you. Because you haven't heard of it. http://t.co/Trwoa4hCs3 ->
- Verizon: Sorry (not sorry) about Netflix. http://t.co/O6GGi317aL ->
- Fiber increases home values an average of $5K. http://t.co/mQCHQv1Fmr ->
- States that ban or restrict muni broadband are kind of cheesed off that the FCC wants to undo it. http://t.co/35LuXkHANZ ->
- Is Comcast throwing up barriers to its service for poor people? http://t.co/fE3WnHPPO9 ->
- Yes, ISPs, you have to tell customers if you monkey with their connection. http://t.co/0kNnBvrkrn ->
- The third and final part of a series on UTOPIA. http://t.co/winiCJ33jm ->
- Fiber continues to expose how limited other network types are. http://t.co/R5eZHGOUJK ->
- I'm sure that both of the people using CableCARDs are upset about this. http://t.co/qxCYW0YTXi ->
- The FCC will sit on its only real weapon because nobody will spend money to encourage them to use it. http://t.co/BL2aLTJbaO ->
- It's the end of ICANN as we know it and Vint Cerf feels fine. http://t.co/cnSZow0HhN ->
- Multiple cities want the FCC to overturn muni broadband bans in their states. http://t.co/kH3YPmvM6W ->
- Again, Comcast's HFC network is hitting its capacity limits. http://t.co/GYJmwdOd3P ->
- Say what? Cable companies think Netflix is going to charge them for access, not the other way around. http://t.co/MvswH6SxQj ->
- The war on online privacy is now state-sanctioned. http://t.co/NTout2Mpq6 ->
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