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The least popular internet provider in the US isn’t the one you think

March 25th, 2021

Back in 2016, the UN General Assembly passed a non-binding resolution that declared internet access to be a human right. And though the resolution didn’t impose any requirements on governments to actually provide internet access, it nonetheless underscored how integral the internet has become in our day-to-day lives. “Overwhelmingly, studies around the world show that …

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The best home internet provider in the US is run by local government

June 20th, 2018

If you listen to Ajit Pai and the telecoms industries’ paid mouthpieces, who have been crying foul over net neutrality ever since 2015, any kind of government intervention in the internet is Bad. Private companies will always provide the best, fastest, and most innovative service, and irritating regulations like net neutrality only get in the …

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CenturyLink is being sued by everyone over deceptive billing

July 13th, 2017

It’s not been a good month for CenturyLink. In the last few weeks, a former sales rep turned whistleblower filed a lawsuit against the company, a video surfaced showing the company’s former Chief Diversity Officer going on a homophobic rant, and a class-action lawsuit was filed over deceptive billing practices. To add serious legal insult …

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Cox extends broadband cap to more states

July 5th, 2017

Cox, peddler of “Panoramic Wi-Fi” and potential new buddy of Charter, has expanded its 1TB cap on home broadband to more states. Customers in Arizona, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma will now have to pay extra if they use more than 1TB, and will be charged automatically for every 50GB they use over the limit.

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Netflix explains why broadband data caps are dumb

September 12th, 2016

For most of us, data caps are just annoying. But for Netflix, they pose an existential threat to its way of doing business. If people have to pay extra to watch internet TV, it gives Comcast and TWC the edge. So it’s not surprising that Netflix feels strongly about the emerging trend of data caps, …