- In which I'm quoted calling out FirstDigital as a bunch of non-serious clowns. http://t.co/qMgB557SRq ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2014-09-12 http://t.co/Dj5W98IiR4 ->
- Incumbents want to hang up on wired service, but they don't want anyone to talk about it. http://t.co/JRlaZ5pU5E ->
- Comcast bans Tor. http://t.co/bG6fySfEh6 ->
- Google wants you to fight the net neutrality war that they won't. http://t.co/1hOfOdr2as ->
- 4G has a fever and the only prescription is more fiber. http://t.co/sWv1zCKEuE ->
- What exactly would happen if incumbents are classified as Title II? Here's an idea. http://t.co/S9h3JVqzLD ->
- Incumbents are embracing and extending OTT video. But when do they plan to exterminate? http://t.co/vxStGOgp5W ->
- Incumbents aren't able to keep their story straight. http://t.co/SRrfWJz2fZ ->
- Remember: everyone who said "wait for FIOS" is now saying "wait for Google". http://t.co/FJJt8TT8OZ ->
- Why bother getting a streaming TV product when you're stuck paying for all the channels you don't want? http://t.co/S7x9XRLB2i ->
- Mobile TV is on deck at Verizon. http://t.co/vDuWikIjmi ->
- The plan is clear: kill wired connections, move everyone to wireless, block any regulation of it. http://t.co/ag5JSA6EHX ->
- AT&T is dumping wired customers while trying to get them onto high-margin wireless. Like Verizon did. http://t.co/X1rf46I80S ->
- Spoiler: no CenturyLink IPTV in Utah anytime soon, so don't expect their hyped gigabit fiber. http://t.co/wkblsuzm1n ->
- Your ISP is probably cracking down on torrenting. http://t.co/f2NNlfWB8x ->
- Utah companies were deafeningly silent on Internet Slowdown Day. http://t.co/vI2lHK5kpO ->
- Someone apparently forgot that 60K+ homes in Utah can get gigabit for $70. http://t.co/IF9IsaU8FE ->
- Who actually owns your phone number? http://t.co/qUFn0pdvsD ->
- Sports might be the only thing keeping you on a paid TV package. What happens when they start streaming? http://t.co/BNbg0VKPXp ->
- Comcast: "Actually, we're cool with Tor." http://t.co/Rgl7tUtxhH ->
- FCC chair caught talking out of both sides of his mouth. http://t.co/NJvOHfWqxP ->
- Should Title II be a bipartisan issue? http://t.co/fkp9rWgH2V ->
- FCC's Wheeler: 10Mbps for rural, 25Mbps for urban, and get everyone to gigabit quickly. http://t.co/w4wGTR9iRS ->
- One muni network is using business customer revenues to provide free service for residents. http://t.co/cdcvbIhq0D ->
- Listen to the Utah Broadband Project on KVNU's For The People. http://t.co/XCPtOE35qI ->
- Turns out that a lot of people have a lot of things to say about net neutrality. http://t.co/6rVJP5o88n ->
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