October 8, 2019


"Business concerns lead Waterloo [IA] to explore municipal broadband" :: The Courier

"Williamstown [MA] Researching Potential for Municipal Broadband" :: iBerkshires.com

"Kaysville, Utah, Considering Broadband Utility" :: MuniNetworks

"Bozeman Fiber considers what’s next for local broadband" :: Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Massachusetts:  "In a late-file bill that has attracted more than two dozen co-sponsors, [state Rep. John Barrett III] proposes to change state law to allow municipalities to have access at no cost to space on utility poles that stand on public rights of way. Cities and towns would not pay when taking steps either to improve internet service or address public safety. The measure would undercut revenues to utilities like the electricity and phone companies that own poles and handle make-ready work." :: Berkshire Eagle

"Ohio Anticipates Statewide Broadband Policy, Plan" :: Government Technology

"FCC Poised to Adopt USF Recipient Broadband Speed Testing Requirements" :: Telecompetitor

"Another New Beginning for Net Neutrality" :: Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

. . . "Net neutrality is alive and well after this week’s crushing court defeat" :: Quartz

. . . "Mozilla v. FCC Reaction, or Net Neutrality Telenovela Gets Renewed For At Least Two More Seasons." (Harold Feld) :: Tales of the Sausage Factory


"North Denver to Get 500 New 30-Foot-Tall Cell Poles" :: Denver Post

"Eugene, Ore., Leaders to Discuss Small Cell Technology" :: The Register-Guard

"Cable’s 5G Backhaul Opportunity 'Moving From Concept to Reality,' Analyst Says" :: Multichannel News

"NYU Wireless director looks at 6G, beyond Massive MIMO" :: FierceWireless

"The Market Uses for CBRS Spectrum" :: POTs and PANs


"Cable companies use hidden fees to raise prices 24% a month" :: Ars Technica

"At this point, cable companies are practically begging you to cut the cord" :: Fast Company


FCC's tentative agenda for October Open Meeting :: FCC

"Verizon Could Enhance Smart City Business Opportunity Using Installed Fiber as Traffic Sensors" :: Telecompetitor

"Wi-Fi signals let researchers ID people through walls from their gait" :: Naked Security


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