Occupy Broadband 

Where are the signs demanding ubiquitous and reliable high-speed Internet access?

 For nearly eight months after a $14 million new fiber optic line was completed to happy sighs of "whew, redundancy," thousands of Humboldt residents and many local businesses didn't have broadband redundancy. And they may not have known it. AT&T, considered…

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