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Utah Jury Finds Dish Network Must Pay $469M For Infringing Two Streaming Video Filtering Patents; + more notable news –

A Utah jury finds that Dish Network must pay $469M for infringing two streaming video filtering patents held by parental-control tech maker ClearPlay
Maryland Wants More Time on Broadband Map Challenges
The COVID hangover: US fiber providers slow down
Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to test Starlink and T-Mobile’s cell phone service this year in an attempt to eliminate dead zones worldwide
A look at the shift to the ATSC 3.0 TV broadcast standard, still not available in many major markets since its 2017 launch, as free streaming TV channels surge
Sources: China begins to impede subsea internet cable projects in the South China Sea over spying fears, imposing strict permit requirements and approval delays
Tucows’ Ting Internet lights largest market to-date, bringing fast, reliable fiber Internet to Alexandria, Virginia

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