- Broadband Bytes for 2017-05-26 https://t.co/vidjz4Y2jG ->
- What does it say when a hatchet job still gives munis a better success rate than private overbuilders? https://t.co/W6Jx7QrzpA ->
- The new FCC approach to broadband for the poor: sponsored connections. https://t.co/5YFO5cguh8 ->
- If Comcast believed in its own claims, it would file a lawsuit, not try and use this kind of trickery. https://t.co/F7ETcJ5y9d ->
- Comcast has a very funny definition of "improvement". https://t.co/kDQ0IrQ1N3 ->
- Shorter Netflix: "We got ours, good luck to the rest of you." https://t.co/4SzSlXUrIu ->
- Shocking nobody, cable continues to consolidate its market share on broadband. https://t.co/Ekmt6E0GLB ->
- This is more in line with Google Fiber's original promises. https://t.co/PxC5EyvQlk ->
- Cities want more of a say at the FCC. https://t.co/2sHIyLluaX ->
- Verizon's official policy seems to buy up all the competitors. https://t.co/rHNdu8L4AL ->
- Cord cutting is actually more prolific than you think. https://t.co/drL3BE9xLH ->
- Title II depends on if broadband is telecommunications or an information service. https://t.co/4j5v1qHiPE ->
- US average speeds still aren't even broadband. https://t.co/jiv8REvStu ->
- That UPenn study that says muni networks are a failure? You'll be shocked to know it's fatally flawed. https://t.co/NrvkeovHTD ->
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