Government agreements blocking wide citizen fiberoptic access

Many US cities have large fiberoptic networking installations paid for by taxpayer dollars that are “dark,” unknown, or unusable — primarily due to telecom company lobbyists and threats to localities. At least 20 states have enacted laws or other legal barriers to prevent community access to these networks, and even more have signed non-compete agreements with Internet providers….

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