FCC releases spectrum for wireless backhaul; Paxfire, RCN sued for tracking online activity

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> Ofcom may force BT to offer a dark fiber product to businesses after it reviews the business connectivity market. Article

> The FCC made about 650 megahertz of spectrum available for wireless backhaul use with a focus on rural markets. Article

> Glowpoint is seeing growth in immersive telepresence systems by business users that also use cloud managed video services. Release

> Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) will leverage Nominum's Vantio Intelligent DNS system and Vantio MDR (Malicious Domain Redirection) policy module for Intelligent DNS and Malicious Domain Redirection. Release

> KPN Telfort has introduced a new triple-play offering that includes IPTV in addition to broadband data and telephony services. Article

> Rio Networks, a Central Oregon-based CLEC, is leveraging ADTRAN's Total Access 5000 Multi-Service Access and Aggregation Platform and its NetVanta 7100 IP Communications CPE to deliver business and residential broadband services. Release

And finally ... A new class action suit accuses Paxfire and RCN of illegally tracking user search activity and redirecting traffic from popular search terms to affiliate partners. Article

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