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FCC Broadband Plan: No One Loves It - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

FCC Broadband Plan: No One Loves It
Wall Street Journal
An emerging Federal Communications Commission plan to give the agency more authority to regulate traffic on broadband Internet networks is shaping up as the classic Washington compromise. No one loves the idea, and everyone is sure it will wind up in ...
Net Neutrality May Extend Phone Regulations to BroadbandBloomberg
FCC's Wheeler proposes two-tier net neutrality plan for broadband servicesFierceTelecom
FCC Looks To Expand Authority Over BroadbandAll Access Music Group
RCR Wireless News -Broadcasting & Cable
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FCC 'Net Neutrality' Plan Calls for More Power Over Broadband - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

FCC 'Net Neutrality' Plan Calls for More Power Over Broadband
Wall Street Journal
Reclassifying broadband to expand the FCC's authority without explicitly banning broadband providers' deals would allow the agency to keep such authority in its back pocket to block any arrangements that it views as anticompetitive. He also wants to ...


Mexico Plans Broadband Overhaul to Boost Wireless Competition - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Mexico Plans Broadband Overhaul to Boost Wireless Competition
Wall Street Journal
The Mexican government hopes that a planned broadband network will translate in lower mobile-service prices for consumers, and encourage new providers to enter the market offering phone, Internet and data services on mobile devices. Agence ...


Study: Broadband Still Slower, More Expensive In US Than In Europe, Asia - The Consumerist

The Consumerist

Study: Broadband Still Slower, More Expensive In US Than In Europe, Asia
The Consumerist
American consumers have gotten a mixed bag of broadband news this year. Between mergers and net neutrality it's been a rough twelve months, even while some consumers have seen better connections and dropping prices. But the news for most of us is ...
The basic truth about internet access that cable & phone companies don't want ...Vox

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Free Broadband for Public Housing in New York Sought as Condition in ... - New York Times

Free Broadband for Public Housing in New York Sought as Condition in ...
New York Times
A group of New York politicians is lobbying Comcast to provide free broadband to all city public housing residents and expand other low-cost Internet offerings as a condition for the cable operator's proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.
TWC Broadband Subs Soar, Video SlumpsLight Reading
Comcast-TWC Merger Impact Seen From U.S. Broadband Standard CMCSAInvestor's Business Daily
Time Warner Cable Reports Video Revs Dip, But Broadband GrowsMediaPost Communications
Trefis -Ars Technica -Forbes
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NTT DoCoMo to Combine Broadband, Mobile Services - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

NTT DoCoMo to Combine Broadband, Mobile Services
Wall Street Journal
TOKYO—Japan's largest mobile network operator, NTT DoCoMo Inc., said Friday it would begin selling high-speed broadband and mobile service in a single, discounted package next February as it responds to fierce competition and a sharp earnings ...

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Fastest Broadband For Your Buck? Try Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo or Paris - Roll Call (blog)

Fastest Broadband For Your Buck? Try Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo or Paris
Roll Call (blog)
If you're looking to pay less than $40 a month for home broadband, you'll likely need to go to Asia or Europe to get the fastest speeds, according to a new report from the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute, which contends that U.S. ...


NY Pols Want Free Broadband For Public Housing, WiFi For Parks If Comcast ... - The Consumerist

NY Pols Want Free Broadband For Public Housing, WiFi For Parks If Comcast ...
The Consumerist
Earlier this week, the NY Times reported [via DSLreports] that a group of city and leaders, with NYC public advocate Letitia James at the helm, are pushing for a commitment from Comcast to provide free broadband to the city's public housing and to ...

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Who is winning the broadband race? - The Detroit News

The Detroit News

Who is winning the broadband race?
The Detroit News
The impact of broadband policy models on the quality of the networks that enable us to use the Internet is a background question in many current controversies, such as the FCC's net neutrality rulemaking. If America's networks are first-rate, there's ...


Broadband Battles - Light Reading

Broadband Battles
Light Reading
This year's Broadband World Forum featured a number of show floor battles focused on access gear, components and coffee. (0) |. Comment |. Email This |. Print |. RSS. Comments. Newest First | Oldest First | Threaded View. [close this box]. Be the first ...

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