Cable Can Control Web Access, Says Court Cable companies, unlike traditional phone companies, do not have to give competing providers access to their broadband lines, according to a new Supreme Court finding. Consumer groups, along with the ACLU and companies like Microsoft and Disney, said customers would now likely pay higher costs.
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Cable Can Control Web Access, Says Court

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Cable Can Control Web Access, Says Court

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Cable Can Control Web Access, Says Court

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Cable companies, unlike traditional phone companies, do not have to give competing providers access to their broadband lines, according to a new Supreme Court finding. Consumer groups, along with the ACLU and companies like Microsoft and Disney, said customers would now likely pay higher costs.