Google Street View faces more scrutiny; Frontier champions military reservists and veterans

> Google is not quite out of hot water yet with its Street View project. The Federal Trade Commission halted its inquiry a couple weeks ago with no action taken, but now the FCC wants to find out if any laws were violated, the New York Times reports. Story.

> Verizon is hiring 200 call center workers in Pittsburgh, a move von|xchange speculates is to handle customer service calls related to a long-rumored Verizon iPhone launch (something not yet confirmed by either Verizon Wireless or Apple). Story.

> Zayo Group will host a conference call following the release of its fiscal year results scheduled for tomorrow, Nov. 12, at 11:00 a.m. EST. If you want to listen in on it, be there for the live call; Zayo will not be recording or rebroadcasting it afterward. News release.

> Cell C, Internet Solutions and Convergence Partners have launched a joint project under the name FiberCo Telecommunications for a 12,000 km open access fiber roll out in South Africa, the companies announced Wednesday. Story.

> Frontier Communications is working with the Employer Partnership of the Armed Forces to boost career opportunities for military reservists and veterans. Interested applicants can visit the company's Military Careers page to learn more. News release.

> Ericsson has extended its relationship with TeliaSonera, signing a three-year contract to provide managed services in 29 countries, reports Telegeography. Story.

> Global IT network infrastructure services provider Internap is opening a new data center in Santa Clara, Calif., and is holding an open house on Nov. 17 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. PST so people can see how awesome it is. Or you know, get free snacks. Story.

And finally... David Byrd, vice president of marketing and sales for Broadvox, comments on the new Cloud Communications Alliance, RIM's future, and other things in an article at von/xchange. Story.

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