133 US cities now have their own broadband networks
I wonder how this will affect Net Neutrality since it's government controlled. But, "Private companies have long objected that government-owned networks represent unfair competition" which makes feel better that it'll tame their greed.
Sucks that my state (TX) doesn't allow this. Hopefully this changes, but in one city in North Carolina it's $150/month!
Anyone here take advantage of this and is it better or worse?
There's a lot of argument over whether to classify broadband providers and major service providers (PayPal, etc.) as "common carriers."