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Judge dismisses AT&T lawsuit over utility pole access

A judge has dismissed a federal lawsuit filed by AT&T over action taken in Kentucky that will let Google Fiber install equipment on AT&T's utility poles. AT&T had arged that … Click to Continue »
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