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If that is the case, then I might be wrong.  But before AT&T was  
pierced apart, how many years have they been running their  
anticompetitive business, nationwide.

HYC on the go

? Dec 2, 2011 8:14 AM ??Edward Ned Harvey <blu at> ???

>> From: at [mailto:discuss-
>> at] On Behalf Of Hsuan-Yeh Chang
>> Kyle Leslie wrote:
>>> My friends father works for Verizon and according to him (The  
>>> verizon
>>> employee), many of the cities signed a contract with Comcast so they
>> would
>>> be the only provider of "Broadband" internet or something to that
> affect.
>>> Many of those contracts are going to be ending soon.  I Know  
>>> Milton and
>>> Quincy both fall under that umbrella.
>> If this is true, it sounds like a typical antitrust violation to  
>> me...
> If by "typical" you mean "common," "normal," or "accepted," then  
> yeah.  This
> is pretty much the way all broadband is deployed nationwide, and  
> it's done
> on a per-town or per-city basis.

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