FCC's Kennard slams open access ruling
Federal Communications Commission chairman William Kennard predicts chaos and stymied growth for the Internet if local authorities are allowed to regulate broadband services.
GTE, AOL unveil cable ISP trials
GTE and America Online unveil a trial project they say proves cable companies can easily give outside ISPs access to their high-speed cable networks.
Cable open access fight far from over news analysis
A landmark federal court ruling over cable open access could have wide-ranging ramifications in the high-speed Internet industry--although the final outcome of the fight is far from clear, legal experts and financial analysts say.
Oregon ruling may fuel open access fight
In a decision that may give new life to the fight for open access, a federal judge rules in favor of Oregon officials who want AT&T to open its high-speed cable networks to competing Internet access providers.
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