AT&T declares quarterly dividend; RI pushes for law to shut down offensive Internet users

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> AT&T has declared a quarterly dividend, which is payable on Aug. 1, 2011, of $0.43 a share on the company's common shares. Release

> Lightyear Network Solutions has added a new hosted VoIP product to its ever-growing service portfolio for business and residential customers. Release

> TDC is employing Huawei's DWDM solutions for its new national and pan-European optical transmission network (OTN). Article

> ICANN conference in Singapore highlights "domain dialing," a free service offers by Brazil-based app designer Siter.com, for smartphones. Release

> Time Warner Cable is bringing DOCSIS 3.0-based broadband service into Austin, Texas, with plans to offer it in more Texas cities and towns this fall. Article

> French insurer AXA will acquire a 52 percent stake in French service provider Outremer for $16.98 a share. Article

And finally ... Rhode Island is gunning for a new law to shut down offensive Internet users. Article

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