Minn. Supreme Court Upholds City’s Right To Build Own Network

BcNexus writes with news from Minnesota that may have significance for cities around the US where municipal networks are either in place or planned: “Here’s the latest development in a fight pitting a telecommunication company against government competition. The telco, TDS, took its fight all the way to the Minnesota Supreme Court because it thought the city had no right to serve people’s internet, voice and television needs with its own network, but has failed.” Also from Minnesota today, BcNexus writes “The State of Minnesota was the first to blink and chose to avoid a court showdown when it dropped its attempt to block online gambling sites.”

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Monday, June 22nd, 2009 Uncategorized