AT&T lectures Google Fiber about challenges of broadband investment | Ars Technica


Google Fiber’s reported struggles cause AT&T to take a victory lap.

Source: AT&T lectures Google Fiber about challenges of broadband investment | Ars Technica

Like Comcast, Google Fiber now forces customers into arbitration | Ars Technica


Fiber customers have two months to opt out of binding arbitration clause.

Source: Like Comcast, Google Fiber now forces customers into arbitration | Ars Technica

ISPs Are Blocking Google Fiber’s Access To Utility Poles In California | Techdirt

And while this is generally an idea that would benefit all broadband providers, it would benefit new providers like Google Fiber the most. That’s why companies like AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner Cable have been blocking this pole-attachment reform, in some cases trying to claim such policies violate their Constitutional rights. The ISPs figure that if they can’t block Google Fiber from coming to town, their lawyers can at least slow Google Fiber’s progress while they try to lock customers down in long-term contracts.

Source: ISPs Are Blocking Google Fiber’s Access To Utility Poles In California | Techdirt