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New York Requires $15 Broadband For Poor People, Promptly Gets Sued By ISPs; + more notable news -

DSL Reports | May 3, 2021, 8 a.m.


New York requires $15 broadband for poor people, promptly gets sued by ISPs arstechnica.com Canadian Government Wants To Regulate Social Media Like Broadcast techdirt.com Verizon is nearing a deal to sell its media division, including AOL and Yahoo!, to Apollo; deal could be worth $5B and be announced as soon as today bloomberg.com New Frontier Aims to Become Largest U.S. Pure Play Fiber Provider telecompetitor.com Xfinity Mobile Passes 3 Million Total Subscribers, Reaches Break Even Status telecompetitor.com Ad-supported HBO Max to fetch $9.99/month - report lightreading.com AT&T to launch open RAN by next year lightreading.com Kuo: Apple is planning to launch a foldable iPhone with an 8" QHD+ flexible OLED display in 2023; Kuo says Apple will ship 15M to 20M foldable iPhones in 2023 macrumors.com Microsoft warns of damaging vulnerabilities in dozens of IoT operating systems scmagazine.com

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