SF receives ‘several’ proposals to build a fast citywide Internet service for all by Joshua Sabatini, San Francisco Examiner
San Francisco received “several” proposals by Monday’s deadline to build a citywide Internet broadband network connecting all homes and businesses.
Mayor Mark Farrell is working to lead The City toward creating a citywide fiber-to-the-premises Internet service at one gigabit speeds. The project would be developed as a private-public partnership with an initial 15-year agreement.
Broadband, bike share on City Council agenda by Anne Ternus-Bellamy, Davis Enterprise
Los Angeles Considers Building Broadband Network For All by Karl Bode, DSL Reports
California’s Legislature Seeks to Protect Network Neutrality and Promote ISP Competition by Ernesto Falcon, Electronic Frontier Foundation
San Francisco Is Quietly Building an Open Access Fiber Network by Karl Bode, DSL Reports
6 Colorado communities vote to establish municipal broadband, joining dozens of others across the state by John Aguilar, Denver Post
Six more Colorado communities this week have voted to overturn a 2005 state law that prohibits local governments from setting up their own...