- Think a Canadian VPN will protect your privacy? Think again. http://t.co/eRTg24TJOm ->
- Gigabit in Vegas? CenturyLink hasn't even hooked up customers in Omaha yet. http://t.co/5QpzCrbbO5 ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2013-10-11 http://t.co/Y4mCRYheIq ->
- Fiber to the cell tower still makes a lot of money and lays the groundwork for serving residential customers. http://t.co/Fodu7k9fl2 ->
- Verizon demonstrates how telcos break promises and get away with it. http://t.co/HLPayXOuNU ->
- Wireless fails to live up to the hype again? Shocking! http://t.co/ChEEfglaav ->
- Centerville candidates peddle a lot of FUD about UTOPIA. http://t.co/LzjzSDTzNR ->
- Will a la carte kill good TV? http://t.co/kkAuHY5bRo ->
- Want to sell your house? Fiber can and will help. http://t.co/IEj4QDGBEU ->
- Short version: Netflix may finally be caving to the "pay to use our pipes" malarky. http://t.co/mkcfffxVcP ->
- Think your Internet is weird? You've got nothing on South Korea. http://t.co/zpy7combJf ->
- See, Google? It's not that hard to be reasonable. http://t.co/SNNEPtI8RX ->
- UTOPIA makes sure Veracity can stay on the network. http://t.co/gKrcrXfHdF ->
- Google will vindictively walk away from your city if you don't take their fiber terms as-is. http://t.co/QqKl1Dig34 ->
- CenturyLink will build fiber if the city gives them "incentives" or they're upgrading old coax. http://t.co/awsb3KUG1L ->
- Spoiler alert: US broadband still kind of sucks. http://t.co/PVRYe2L7e6 ->
- It's not your imagination. Your phone bill keeps sneaking upward. http://t.co/kpcAyeIaNt ->
- Comcast wants you to use their WiFi in Utah. http://t.co/Yho1H2Flf2 ->
- Has the world gone mad? Many Orem candidates are talking sense about UTOPIA. Maybe grandstanding is dying? http://t.co/zqF78N8ONn ->
- Let the latest round of ISP-shaming begin! http://t.co/d7oahwAo77 ->
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