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After North Carolina County Refuses to Pay Hacker Ransom, Attackers Strike Again

Anna Douglas, Steve Harrison, The Charlotte Observer / December 8, 2017

To Fend Off Hackers, Local Governments Get Help from States

Jenni Bergal, Stateline / December 8, 2017

Alaskans Look to Minnesota Co-Op Model for Internet

Naomi Klouda, Alaska Journal of Commerce / December 7, 2017

Leesburg, Fla., Sells Off Fiber Infrastructure

Frank Stanfield, Daily Commercial / December 5, 2017

Preparing for the End of Net Neutrality, City Tech Leaders Warn of Widening Digital Divide

/ December 1, 2017

Colorado Localities Vote for Broadband, but Must Get Creative to Actually Deploy It

John Aguilar, The Denver Post / December 1, 2017

Editorial: Pay-to-Play Comes to the Internet

Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier / December 1, 2017

By the End of 2018, Sacramento Will Become First U.S. City with 5G Broadband

Benjy Egel, The Sacramento Bee / December 1, 2017

Ohio Legislators Propose $50M for Rural Entities to Build Out Broadband Internet

Jim Siegel, The Columbus Dispatch / November 30, 2017

With Voter Approval for Municipal Broadband, Colorado City Asks Citizens How to Proceed

Tyler Silvy, Greeley Tribune / November 30, 2017

Facebook Pilot Test to Determine Future of Delayed Gigabit Internet Project in San Jose

Queenie Wong, The Mercury News / November 29, 2017
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