- Spying breaks trust which breaks the Internet. http://t.co/FhUD1RO2ZN ->
- Telcos aren't the only large legacy businesses holding back the Internet. http://t.co/IrEIt2slQq ->
- If you complain about Comcast's service, they'll try and get you fired. http://t.co/Bkg675ygDP ->
- The same Verizon that tried to replace wired service with LTE is now extolling the vitues of… wired service. http://t.co/ANyJzDzOEj ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2014-10-10 http://t.co/5qFPvHcjXT ->
- Utah now has a broadband plan. http://t.co/eAh5QJCq4C ->
- How did Sweden break the duopoly? With interconnected open access muni fiber, that's how. http://t.co/xoKBqDLsoM ->
- The only sure thing about net neutrality is that judges and lawyers will probably get the last word. http://t.co/LYW0jlpkEk ->
- Sen. Wyden keeps fighting the good fight against mass surveillance. http://t.co/7N4kgKZ9BS ->
- Comcast realizes that maybe getting someone fired for complaining about their service isn't good PR. http://t.co/sasiwtQGoJ ->
- At least Comcast investors are enthusiastic about the merger. http://t.co/eIbz0Ahlav ->
- Anyone else wondering when the ransom amount will go up? http://t.co/M4o39dCcLC ->
- How did Brigham City weather the recession? One word: UTOPIA. Listen to the linked podcast. http://t.co/SDgREW67eN ->
- The president wants to ban all fast lanes. Period, full stop. http://t.co/z9nxLcELl3 ->
- Encouraging: all mayors, Macquarie-backing or not, say that shutting down is off the table. http://t.co/W12YWejz6U ->
- Roku might be going full cable (read: evil). http://t.co/HrsUM5mzrs ->
- Is your ISP hostile to encryption? http://t.co/4MsU5cGZ1T ->
- The floodgates are open: HBO will go full over-the-top next year. http://t.co/dmlbrx9NbY ->
- Gigabit has killer apps, but we need more gigabit first. http://t.co/86Gdq9ch4P ->
- Aereo: "Oh please, oh please let me be a cable company!" http://t.co/6ITEIYIk1s ->
- A few theories on why Google has a case of laryngitis about net neutrality issues. http://t.co/F0naoxvlzC ->
- Reddit founder wants broadband to be a utility. http://t.co/6Kjm0uiZGT ->
- Verizon draws blood, hits asymmetrical connections hard. http://t.co/LFzvOh18W0 ->
- The next big roadblock to the Comcast merger? City councils. http://t.co/S3U0FzT5dc ->
- Google still wants a slice of the wireless space too. http://t.co/uXxm6oFP3F ->
- The big problem with over-the-top video? ISPs can and will try to block it. http://t.co/NpTzE0T7Bx ->
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