News of Note—New Jersey’s net neutrality mandate, Cross Lake Fibre, Sony and more

news of note
New Jersey's governor signed an executive order requiring ISPs to follow neutrality rules if they sell internet services to state agencies. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> New Jersey's governor signed an executive order requiring ISPs to follow neutrality rules if they sell internet services to state agencies. Engadget article  

> An inventor from Montgomery, Alabama, has developed a universal cable routing tool to help technicians locate and install cable faster and accurately. Release

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> Parts of 13 Tennessee counties will expand fiber broadband access to rural areas. Tullahoma Times article

> Crosslake Fibre is announcing its third project in North America, in addition to its two nonrepeatered subsea cable projects. Capacity Magazine article

> Sony plans to create a new digital network on the island of Jersey, U.K., that would allow devices to connect to the internet without using 3G/4G or Wi-Fi technology.
Jersey Evening Post article

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