Broadband Bytes for 2015-07-31

  • Broadband Bytes for 2015-07-24 ->
  • DirecAT&TV. FCC Approves AT&T's $69 Billion DirecTV Merger, Announces It Late Friday And Hopes Nobody… ->
  • Cities have power. New York City Decides To Actually Pay Attention To Its Verizon Contracts After Getting Ripped… ->
  • They blame it on the Easter Bunny I'm sure. Verizon, CenturyLink say abandoning copper network is a "myth" ->
  • I'm surprised there aren't more complaints. FCC has already gotten 2,000 “net neutrality” complaints ->
  • Some people don't care if they're online or not. Pew: 15% Simply Don't Use the Internet — and Often Don't Care ->
  • Next up: sharks replace the drones. Facebook: Our drones will use lasers to deliver 10Gbps Internet access ->
  • And after years of saying "who needs fiber"… Cable operators to increase fiber cable, optical node use: IHS ->
  • By their logic, phone calls too. ISPs: Net neutrality rules are illegal because Internet access uses computers ->
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