- Broadband Bytes for 2015-05-08 http://t.co/FoasSxwCTb ->
- NYT: broadband is a utility, so why shouldn't states and cities be more deeply involved? http://t.co/buYpd1rv4P ->
- AT&T starting to realize that it needs to build long-promised fiber just to stay competitive. http://t.co/RotOKAzbDN ->
- Yet more consolidation of vertical monopolies of content production and distribution. http://t.co/Hcio5ZwNfR ->
- Not fulfilling merger conditions seems to be a standard thing in telecom. And they get away with it. http://t.co/UAQOvjiHJx ->
- I'm sure CenturyLink will be TOTALLY doing network upgrades when they don't even actually own it anymore, right? http://t.co/lns8Ge7B98 ->
- Rural broadband should take its cues from rural electrification. http://t.co/KlpOXHkTzN ->
- Bad ISPs have to scramble to fix issues before they'll start getting hit with complaints. http://t.co/6VREe1BYF4 ->
- How is "agree to these terms to get your money back" anything but blackmail? http://t.co/fSRaYFbHdq ->
- Verizon drops more hints that it doesn't want to be in the pesky business of wireline networks. http://t.co/6TfT9P8SM6 ->
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