HELL YA: 7 Colorado communities just secured the right to build their own broadband

HELL YA: 7 Colorado communities just secured the right to build their own broadband

Voters in seven cities and counties in Colorado voted Tuesday to free their local governments to offer Internet service.

The votes marked a defeat for big, traditional Internet service providers such as Comcast that have successfully maneuvered to inject limits on municipal broadband into state regulations over the last decade. Now cities are figuring out ways to push back, including wiggling out from under laws the industry helped put in place.

Read More @ The Washington Post

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