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AT&T Hinders Google Fiber With New Lawsuit In Nashville

AT&T is suing Nashville over a new ordinance that's expected to enable Google Fiber to roll out in the city. The ordinance allows third parties to move equipment on utility poles, which will then enable Google Fiber to attach to the poles. AT&T argues that the city doesn't have the right to authorize outside parties to move AT&T's equipment. The lawsuit will slow deployment while also "helping to fuel the perception that Google Fiber isn't making the kind of deployment progress it should be," according to DSLReports.

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