News of Note—Hammer Fiber, nbn, FCC and more

news of note

> Online sales volume on Black Friday grew 24% year over year, according to data from Salesforce’s retail intelligence unit. Fortune article

> Hammer Fiber launched its dedicated bare metal server IaaS platform. Release  

> The company overseeing the deployment of Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN), nbn, is temporarily pausing all new orders for connections made via its HFC access network. TeleGeography article

> The FCC’s move to overturn net neutrality would reverse more than a decade of work trying to protect internet users, says the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Venturebeat article

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