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Google Fiber Stays Put in Brookhaven

Barely a month after Brookhaven’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) denied Google Fiber a stream buffer variance request, it has emerged that they are exploring a second location for a Fiber Hut within the City of Brookhaven. In their request, Google Fiber wanted to construct another fiber hut on a City parkland site and they […]

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FCC Can’t Stop Facebook, Google from Tracking Customers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will not be putting in a requirement to stop Facebook, Google and any other Internet operator from tracking online activities of their customers. There has been a widespread outcry in America that the action by service providers to track customers was not in good faith. Many stakeholders called on FCC […]

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Cox Sues Tempe over Deal with Google Fiber

Cox Communications has expressed displeasure with the manner in which the City of Tempe awarded Google Fiber the contract to provide Gigabit-speed wired Internet service. As a result, Cox has gone to court to sue Tempe for violating the laid down procedures. Cox filed its lawsuit on September 14 in U.S. District Court in Arizona […]

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Google Fiber in an Ambitious Expansion Plan

Google Fiber is planning to roll out an elaborate expansion plan for its Internet services by targeting additional cities across US. Credible media reports indicate that up to three cities could be in their horizon but they are actually hoping to cover more. The company used its official blog to make the announcement that could […]

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Google Inc. Creates Subsidiary Company

Google Inc. has created a new holding company called Alphabet. Now Alphabet will be the main company and Google its subsidiary. Alphabet has been created to help Google oversee its new businesses in the field of Internet access and health among other entities the largest of which will be Google. It will also oversee other […]

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