Equinix expands Jakarta data center; Experian finds consumers are taking cybersecurity seriously

Wireline news from across the Web:

> A new survey by credit-monitoring company Experian reveals that more consumers are taking steps to protect themselves from cybertheft. Network World article

> Equinix announced the expansion of its data center in Jakarta, known as JK1, through its partnership with DCI Indonesia (DCI). Release

> By setting up an IPv6-based network time protocol service that most Internet-connected devices rely on to keep their internal clocks accurate, server operators can scan and harvest huge numbers of IPv6 addresses that would otherwise remain unknown -- a security flaw in an otherwise secure system. ars technica article

Cable News
> Signaling a major retrenchment by a leading media conglomerate, 21st Century Fox said it will cut $250 million out of its budget for the 2017 fiscal year, which starts in July. Article

> Continuing to grow sports content licensing rights to stratospheric levels, the NFL will increase its fee for the broadcast portion of its Thursday Night Football franchise next season from $300 million to $450 million. Article

Installer News
> AT&T may have recently reached its goal to equip 1 million business locations, but it plans to expand the footprint further via GPON and traditional carrier Ethernet technologies. Article

Wireless News
> Xiaomi phones aren't coming to the U.S. after all -- at least not yet. Article

> Mobile search helped to fuel an impressive quarter for Google, easing investors' fears that the online giant might be struggling to capitalize as users increasingly turn to the small screen. Article

And finally … Low-income Americans can only access lower-speed Internet that's prone to disruption. Re/code article