Access Issue Heard Again In San Francisco

Estrella, Joe
April 2000
Multichannel News;04/10/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p3
Reports on the resurfacing of the open access issue in San Francisco, California, with the introduction of an ordinance that would require cable television operators to unbundle their high-speed networks. Period given to operators to provide non-discriminatory open access to unaffiliated Internet service providers; Cable operators targeted by the ordinance.


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