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Here is your recap of all of the cable and internet service industry news from around the US for the week of  August 21, 2017:

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is a recap of some of the cable and ISP news around the country the week of June 12, 2017:

We are Google

Google is, for a lot of people, a company they love to hate. They are wary of the massive amount of data Google collects on them but they do, perforce, use Google for their search requirements. They use Gmail, calendar, docs, maps, Android, Chrome, YouTube and everything else. If someone told you 20 years ago you would willingly give a multi-billion dollar company troves of personal information so that they could sell advertisements that would be used to sell you stuff, you might not have believed them. But people do. Everyday.

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is a recap of some of the cable TV, internet, phone industry and ISP news from around the country for the week of May 22, 2017:

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is a recap of the highlights in the cable and ISP news from around the country for the week of May 8, 2017:

Sonic Expands its $40 Gigabit Internet in San Francisco

Independent Internet Service Provider Sonic has begun offering gigabit internet service for $40 per month to residents of San Francisco. That is about half the price that many of the bigger ISPs are offering their gigabit service for.

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is your weekly rewind of some of the cable and ISP news from around the US and the world for the week of May 1, 2017:

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is a recap of some of the ISP, internet, and cable news from around the country and the world for the week of April 24, 2017:

Internet Telecom Cable Service News

Here is your weekly news rewind of some of the Internet, cable TV, and ISP news highlights from around the US for the week of April 17, 2017:

Fun ways to protect your online privacy

Internet Service Providers will now be able to treat you like a cash cow, much like Facebook and Google have been doing for years. Maybe it's just me, but I've never been a fan of big soulless multi-national corporations with no regard for real people. Thanks to new leadership at the agency that was created to protect you, the consumer, Internet Service Providers can mine your private browsing information for profit.

Facebook Google and Personal Privacy

With the new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai rolling back the privacy guidelines that had been required by the privacy safeguards enacted by the FCC last year, you might be concerned about your personal information being collected, compiled, and potentially revealed.