Massachusetts

Boston wants FiOS, but Verizon told the City Council last week that it had no intention of building out its all-fiber service to the city.
In some cities, Verizon ignores legislative and contractual buildout requirements; in others, refuses to build FiOS at all, while letting traditional landline network deteriorate everywhere
Two Massachusetts mayors have sent letters to Verizon urging the company to bring FiOS service to their communities.
Verizon "posted another year of consistently high operating and financial performance in 2014." But it plans to abandon its FiOS expansion, anyway.
In Everett, Massachusetts, Verizon Wireless store workers voted for bargaining rights and representation by the Communications Workers of America.
The Center for Digital Government has awarded those cities and towns which have innovatively used technology to ?expand access to government services, promote citizen engagement, increase transparency, reduce costs and improve the lives of residents.?
The Boston Globe recently touted the new super-fast FiOS, but it forgot to mention that many Bostonians can't get FiOS of any kind.
CWA to FCC: The proposed deal between Verizon Wireless and Big Cable would disproportionally negatively impact people of color and lower income families.
A study on cyberbullying found that most children have Internet-enabled cellphones by time they're in middle school.
Because of Comcast's dominance of Boston's market, the FCC has returned the city's right to regulate cable rates.