Internet privacy will take precedence in Congress; TDC 9-month revenue increases slightly

> Now that midterm elections are past, early indications are that Internet privacy will be the next topic Congress tackles, the Washington Post reports. Story.

> Amino Communications and Minerva Networks have teamed to deploy fiber to the home (FTTH) to the Salisbury, N.C. area to provision IPTV services. Story.

> Danish telecom operator TDC reported that nine-month revenue increased 0.2 percent year over year to DKK 19.6 billion ($3.69 billion). Story.

> Mariner says its xVu IPTV quality of experience (QoE) solution has helped improve Bell Aliant's OPEX management for its TV service. News release.

> Deutsche Telekom (XETRA: DTE.DE) reiterated its full-year guidance as its reported third quarter revenues of EUR 15.6 billion, a figure down 4.1 percent compared to the same period last year. Story.

And finally... Consumers shouldn't get too excited about the arrival of ultra-fast, 700-900 Mbps DSL, writes Karl Bode of Broadband DSL Reports. Too many factors stand in the way of deployment. Details.

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