- Broadband Bytes for 2016-05-13 https://t.co/3OVZeahu45 ->
- The usage cap shakedown continues. https://t.co/uMCO92LAoC ->
- Your electric cooperative could also be your new ISP. https://t.co/u5obYlHnT9 ->
- I'm not sure how cable lobbyists can, with a straight face, claim competition is bad for their customers. https://t.co/7X0cXG48h4 ->
- Google Fiber is reportedly meeting its own goals. https://t.co/6YUWEAPnt5 ->
- Is it possible that better organized video content is better than true skinny bundles? I'm skeptical. https://t.co/DuMxmbeMqi ->
- Well now incumbents aren't even being sly about abandoning wired service. https://t.co/LENhqTPle9 ->
- Another city catches on: you have to make sure incumbents honor their franchise agreements. https://t.co/5NSC9CYzF4 ->
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