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

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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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