AT&T brings WiFi to Central Park Zoo; Why isn't deep packet inspection part of SOPA conversation?

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @FiberNews: 30 countries pass 1 percent FTTB mark, but not Australia. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> AT&T brings free WiFi to Brooklyn's Fort Greene Park and Manhattan's Central Park Zoo. Release

> Comcast promoted company veteran Cathy Avgiris to executive vice president and general manager of Data and Communications Services. Article

> The White House paid tribute to 11 broadband stimulus project innovators, who they called "Champions of Change." Article

> Enterprises can effectively migrate from IPv4 to IPv6 by creating a sound transition plan that addresses compliance and security concerns. Article

> tw telecom executives will present at three upcoming financial investor conferences: Deutsche Bank 2012 Media & Telecom Conference, Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, and the Raymond James 33rd Annual Institutional Investors Conference. Release

And finally ... Blogcritics.org asks why deep packet inspection isn't being talked about during a time when battles rage over net neutrality, SOPA and ACTA. Article

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