AT&T Gives up on Lawsuit Intended to Slow Google Fiber -

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AT&T has given up on a lawsuit designed to slow Google Fiber. The company sued the city of Louisville last year, after the city passed new utility-pole attachment rules intended to speed up the delivery of fiber optic broadband. Incumbent ISPs have long abused the absurdly bureaucratic pole attachment process to slow competitors, and Louisville's "one touch make ready" reforms streamlined the process significantly.

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