- Now Google is quietly backing away in cities it has already committed to build. https://t.co/jHsGi22b9s ->
- The new proposed FCC chair is probably going to undo most of the decent things Wheeler did. https://t.co/63KqnOfxYD ->
- Hard caps and overages are quickly becoming the norm. https://t.co/m2FDqUa9hq ->
- More federal money for broadband could be coming, but the track record so far isn't great. https://t.co/WMPFdL0wMc ->
- Another Utah incumbent who has no problem taking federal dollars to deliver not broadband. https://t.co/kxpfj2RRas ->
- The best way to stop incumbents from writing bad telecom law is bigger, badder tech companies protesting it. https://t.co/Ai9ESvRIHe ->
- Muni fiber requires a long-term outlook. https://t.co/KyyAQHDzcH ->
- Yet more merger mania rumors about Verizon, this time with Charter. https://t.co/vhQR6Zerob ->
- Just a little bit of shade to throw on the "nobody wants gigabit" crowd. https://t.co/NUZ6OtsCgz ->
- I'm sure it'll be as Comcastic as everything else they do. https://t.co/PJfmaqqoKq ->
- Verizon: "No thanks, we don't want your federal money." https://t.co/ZxYXAfSXJ2 ->
- Muni broadband restrictions aren't just easier to stop, they're easier to repeal. https://t.co/6pbmi4WOsm ->
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