Feinstein says net neutrality supporters will help terrorists; Children's Health expands North Texas telemedecine program

Wireline news from across the web: 

> Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said in a letter that if you support net neutrality, the terrorists will win. DSL Reports article

> Children's Health is bringing new technology into schools across North Texas as it expands a telemedicine program it piloted last year. Dallas Business Journal article

> The University of Pittsburgh and the Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research announced that Pitt will provide a 10-gigabit-per-second network connecting its campuses to KINBER's Pennsylvania Research and Education Network. Pittsburgh Business Times article

> Nokia will have to pay Alcatel-Lucent nearly $444.8 million if the Finnish network vendor doesn't complete its offer to buy its French competitor, according to a regulatory filing. WSJ article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> CTAM President and CEO John Lansing is leaving the marketing group to take a job as CEO of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, an independent government agency that oversees all U.S. international news broadcasting. Article

> Billionaire financier George Soros and his Soros Fund Management purchased 1.45 million shares in Time Warner Cable during the second quarter, according to an SEC filing released Friday and reported by Barron's. Article

Wireless News
> América Móvil extended to many of its prepaid wireless customers its cross-border plan that lets Mexican subscribers use voice, SMS and data service in the United States as if they were in Mexico. Article

> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere indicated that the carrier will work with its handset partners to include FM radio chipsets in its phones. Article

And finally … Broadband customers in countries with low data caps are not having much fun installing Windows 10. Sydney Morning Herald article

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