News of Note—Lumos Networks, Rhode Island’s internet porn ban, Ajit Pai and more

news of note

> Lumos Networks signed a multiyear agreement to provide broadband internet services to the following King William County Schools: King William High, Hamilton-Holmes Middle, Acquinton Middle and Cool Springs Primary Schools. Release

> Rhode Island is proposing new legislation that would require that ISPs ban all porn and would require that anybody interested in viewing porn pay a $20 fee per internet-connected device to access it. The Hill article 

> Washington State's governor signs first state net neutrality bill. New York Times article

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> Ajit Pai's proposal to limit broadband choices for economically challenged people who rely on the Lifeline program is drawing criticism from even his supporters. Ars Technica article

> Focus Universal, a Universal Smart Instrumentation Platform developer and manufacturer, has executed a Letter of Intent to acquire Aloha Island Cable. Release

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