Friday, January 21, 2005

Court Rejects BellSouth Complaint Against City's Internet Service

Competition springs up and whaddaya do? Sue 'em. If you're BellSouth. Trouble is, it doesn't always work.
BellSouth lost again Tuesday in its fight to stop the city of Laurinburg and a Fayetteville company from providing high-speed Internet access in Laurinburg.

A state Court of Appeals panel unanimously rejected BellSouth's claim that Laurinburg and Schoollink Inc. use the city's fiber-optic network to illegally compete against private industry.
Check it out in: Court Rejects BellSouth Complaint Against City's Internet Service.

It's a trend.

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