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Rollback of Net Neutrality Rules Is No Big Deal [variety.com]• Big Telecom Lobby Says There's Too Much Broadband Competition, Pushes FCC to Harm Smaller ISPs [com]• Data Reveals Subscriber Choices for Video Packages Among Major Pay-TV Providers [telecompetitor.com]• Get Ready for Streaming Video Downloads [lightreading.com]• FCC designating Sinclair issues for hearing: Ajit Pai signals some elements of deal appear illegal [multichannel.com]• The long goodbye to CDMA: Verizon not activating 3G-only phones [pocketnow.com]• Comcast Likely Done Bidding For Fox [ibtimes.com]• Verizon to expand high-speed internet, repair its existing telephone infrastructure in New York [lohud.com]• With 286,000 subscribers, MVNO Ting looking at ways to evolve and expand [fiercewireless.com]• How AT&T’s plan to become the new Facebook could be a privacy nightmare [theverge.com]• Rising Sea Levels Could Destroy Key Internet Infrastructure - Study [lightreading.com]• Google Fiber could get a jolt from FCC utility pole policy [engadget.com]• Smart TVs are invading privacy and should be investigated, senators say [arstechnica.com]• DOJ's appeal against AT&T-Time Warner merger probably won't succeed but the appeal itself could have a chilling effect on vertical merger bids in the short term [theverge.com]• FCC's Rosenworcel: US 'Falling Behind' on 5G [lightreading.com]• Wireless companies are making more money, which is bad news for the rest of us [bgr.com]• Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile say they have unlimited data plans, but here's the fine print [cnbc.com]• Verizon touts LTE Advanced deployments [fiercewireless.com]• Another cable operator signals plans to get into wireless: Atlantic Broadband - North America’s eighth largest cable operator - said it plans to engage in a “low-risk approach” to entering the wireless business [fiercewireless.com]• Compliance testing begins for Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service [convergedigest.com]• Daily global online video viewing time rises 20% annually [rapidtvnews.com]• New Roku Channel Subscription Helps Unbundle Cable Programming: Deciding to cut the cable cord is becoming an ever easier decision to make [fool.com]• San Francisco wants to build an (estimated) $1.9 billion high-speed network of its own that could compete with the likes of AT&T and Comcast to close localized digital divide [washingtonpost.com]• Ajit Pai's Cure For The 'Digital Divide' Looks Suspiciously Like A Giant Middle Finger [techdirt.com]• Sprint Follows Rivals By Complicating Its Unlimited Mobile Data Plans [fortune.com]• FCC Takes Next Steps to Free Up 3.7-4.2 GHz Mid-Band Spectrum [telecompetitor.com]• House E&C unanimously approves trio of bipartisan broadband bills [multichannel.com]• Senators seek DOJ vetting of possible Comcast-Fox meld - Cite upcoming sunset of Comcast-NBCU net-neutrality deal conditions [multichannel.com]• Assistant Attorney General in charge of Antitrust Division of the Do J answers NYT critical editorial: How the Disney-Fox antitrust settlement protects competition [washingtontimes.com]• Canadian Telecoms Make the Most Money on Mobile Data in the World [com]• After Go90's Collapse, Who's Buying "Snackable" TV Now? officials trying to appeal AT&T-Time Warner deal: report [thehill.com]• ​India threatens 'stiff' penalties as net neutrality approved [zdnet.com]• You Tube TV Service Suffers Outage in Middle of England-Croatia World Cup Semifinal [variety.com]• 5G can’t get here fast enough, but who will thrive when it does?

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Chat using face-to-face chat or just simply text to friends, family or random strangers.• Ookla: T-Mobile is fastest mobile internet carrier in USA, Minneapolis is speediest city [betanews.com]• Court filing: DOJ has proposed an expedited schedule for its appeal of the ruling allowing AT&T to buy Time Warner, seeking briefs by Oct. • Economists Put the Tab at $61 Billion to Bring Fiber Broadband to Rural U. 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Rollback of Net Neutrality Rules Is No Big Deal [variety.com]• Big Telecom Lobby Says There's Too Much Broadband Competition, Pushes FCC to Harm Smaller ISPs [com]• Data Reveals Subscriber Choices for Video Packages Among Major Pay-TV Providers [telecompetitor.com]• Get Ready for Streaming Video Downloads [lightreading.com]• FCC designating Sinclair issues for hearing: Ajit Pai signals some elements of deal appear illegal [multichannel.com]• The long goodbye to CDMA: Verizon not activating 3G-only phones [pocketnow.com]• Comcast Likely Done Bidding For Fox [ibtimes.com]• Verizon to expand high-speed internet, repair its existing telephone infrastructure in New York [lohud.com]• With 286,000 subscribers, MVNO Ting looking at ways to evolve and expand [fiercewireless.com]• How AT&T’s plan to become the new Facebook could be a privacy nightmare [theverge.com]• Rising Sea Levels Could Destroy Key Internet Infrastructure - Study [lightreading.com]• Google Fiber could get a jolt from FCC utility pole policy [engadget.com]• Smart TVs are invading privacy and should be investigated, senators say [arstechnica.com]• DOJ's appeal against AT&T-Time Warner merger probably won't succeed but the appeal itself could have a chilling effect on vertical merger bids in the short term [theverge.com]• FCC's Rosenworcel: US 'Falling Behind' on 5G [lightreading.com]• Wireless companies are making more money, which is bad news for the rest of us [bgr.com]• Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile say they have unlimited data plans, but here's the fine print [cnbc.com]• Verizon touts LTE Advanced deployments [fiercewireless.com]• Another cable operator signals plans to get into wireless: Atlantic Broadband - North America’s eighth largest cable operator - said it plans to engage in a “low-risk approach” to entering the wireless business [fiercewireless.com]• Compliance testing begins for Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service [convergedigest.com]• Daily global online video viewing time rises 20% annually [rapidtvnews.com]• New Roku Channel Subscription Helps Unbundle Cable Programming: Deciding to cut the cable cord is becoming an ever easier decision to make [fool.com]• San Francisco wants to build an (estimated) $1.9 billion high-speed network of its own that could compete with the likes of AT&T and Comcast to close localized digital divide [washingtonpost.com]• Ajit Pai's Cure For The 'Digital Divide' Looks Suspiciously Like A Giant Middle Finger [techdirt.com]• Sprint Follows Rivals By Complicating Its Unlimited Mobile Data Plans [fortune.com]• FCC Takes Next Steps to Free Up 3.7-4.2 GHz Mid-Band Spectrum [telecompetitor.com]• House E&C unanimously approves trio of bipartisan broadband bills [multichannel.com]• Senators seek DOJ vetting of possible Comcast-Fox meld - Cite upcoming sunset of Comcast-NBCU net-neutrality deal conditions [multichannel.com]• Assistant Attorney General in charge of Antitrust Division of the Do J answers NYT critical editorial: How the Disney-Fox antitrust settlement protects competition [washingtontimes.com]• Canadian Telecoms Make the Most Money on Mobile Data in the World [com]• After Go90's Collapse, Who's Buying "Snackable" TV Now? officials trying to appeal AT&T-Time Warner deal: report [thehill.com]• ​India threatens 'stiff' penalties as net neutrality approved [zdnet.com]• You Tube TV Service Suffers Outage in Middle of England-Croatia World Cup Semifinal [variety.com]• 5G can’t get here fast enough, but who will thrive when it does?Cam Contacts brings people together from all over the world, exhibitionists and voyeurs alike.You will find people from all walks of life who have decided to 'open up' their life to you. 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