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Ars Technica on Altice: Altice is reducing cable-Internet upload speeds by up to 86% next month

From Ars Technica: Altice is slashing its cable-Internet upload speeds by up to 86 percent starting on July 12. Altice Optimum Online plans that currently have advertised upload speeds of 35Mbps will be reduced to...

Comcast customers take note: Comcast wants Internet users to pay more because customer growth has stalled

From Ars Technica: Comcast has a problem—it isn't signing up many new broadband customers. But Comcast also has a solution—get more money from existing subscribers. Comcast failed to add any broadband customers in Q2 2022, holding...

Top Comcast story from Ars Technica: Want faster Comcast uploads? You have to pay $25/month extra for xFi Complete

From Ars Technica: For Comcast Internet customers frustrated by the cable service's slow upload speeds, there have been some welcome announcements recently. But the availability of faster Comcast uploads has a catch—users can only get...

Ars Technica on Comcast: Comcast wanted $210,000 for Internet—so this man helped expand a co-op fiber ISP

From Ars Technica: Sasha Zbrozek lives in Los Altos Hills, California, which he describes as "a wealthy Silicon Valley town," in a house about five miles from Google's headquarters. But after moving in December 2019,...

Ars Technica reports AT&T to pay $23M fine for bribing powerful lawmaker’s ally in exchange for vote

From Ars Technica: AT&T agreed to pay a $23 million fine "to resolve a federal criminal investigation into alleged misconduct involving the company's efforts to unlawfully influence former Illinois Speaker of the House Michael J....

Ars Technica on Uber: Ex-Uber security chief convicted of hiding hack from federal regulators

From Ars Technica: On Wednesday, a jury found former Uber security chief Joe Sullivan guilty of hiding a massive data breach from federal regulators who were already investigating the ride-share company for a different breach....

Latest Uber customer news: Uber exec accused of disguising data-breach extortion as “bug bounty”

From Ars Technica: After the Federal Trade Commission began investigating a massive Uber data breach in 2016, the tech company was hit with another breach that was seemingly just as concerning. Rather than report the...

T-Mobile headlines: T-Mobile dominates 2.5 GHz spectrum auction to fill in network gaps across US

From Ars Technica: T-Mobile won the lion's share of spectrum licenses in the latest Federal Communications Commission auction, helping it fill rural network gaps that evoked comparisons to Swiss cheese. T-Mobile's winning bids totaled $304.3...

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Top DISH Network story from Forbes: DISH Network And Walt Disney Company Do A Rare ‘Handshake’ Carriage Agreement For Cable Networks

From Forbes: In a rarity in the cable network industry, after the Walt DisneyDIS Company pulled down its networks...

Take action against PayPal: PayPal’s ‘once beloved story’ is ‘back in vogue’ despite some noise

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