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AT&T, Comcast don't want community broadband networks

July 17, 2014

AT&T and Comcast don’t want local governments creating Internet networks for their taxpayers. Such networks are “poorly run and ultimately bankrupt,” Comcast Executive Vice President David Cohen said Wednesday.

 



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