This time it seems you can't blame Spectrum.
The old Board of Estimate first decided back in 1965 to slice up the city into cable-TV franchise fiefdoms, a setup that has survived largely intact.
Charter Communications (a.k.a. Spectrum) will be forced to pay a whopping $174.2 million for lying about the quality and consistency of its often terrible internet service.
The decision could affect more than 2.5 million subscribers across the state.
'They don't have the obligation to provide the final 100 yards of infrastructure. And they can charge through the nose depending on the physical situation of the building.'
What sort of monster would hurt Brooklyn's beautiful, vitally-important Internet?
A digital library wants to back up the Internet in Canada, citing censorship fears in the coming Age of Trump.
The internet is coming from INSIDE the train.
Impacting, internet, phone, and cable service.
"Internet news is heroin. Newspaper news is nutrition."
The FCC's E-Rate program, which subsidizes internet in some schools, has been accused of fraud in the past.
This one goes out to everyone who just can't wait to exit the subway station to send tips to Gothamist.
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