- Broadband Bytes for 2015-01-09 http://t.co/zpKhyUPLcU ->
- Telcos love it when Title II gives them stuff, just not when it requires something in return. http://t.co/jFPd1qoinE ->
- Congress wants to stop Title II. http://t.co/X5Gpu1A3Dg ->
- You don't build a VIP list unless you intend to use it. http://t.co/8rJuGhi4dN ->
- Why telecom sucks: investors hate competition. http://t.co/1eHyDMUzYi ->
- The next majority? Homes with broadband, no phone, and no paid TV. http://t.co/3oUlZCsh4y ->
- Like much online security legislation, the focus is on creating new crimes rather than improving safety. http://t.co/g7NbL622BJ ->
- The feds might kill all muni network restrictions in 19 states including Utah. http://t.co/9WvZKZ12Zl ->
- What if your telco simply walked away? And your state wouldn't let you build your own network? http://t.co/YWHTjAptEP ->
- New York is dropping a cool billion on improving broadband. And requiring at least 100Mbps to cash in on it. http://t.co/g1cSt7jWLw ->
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