"The requirement on Charter to overbuild competitors will harm consumers in two ways...First, it will harm Charter's customers by preventing Charter from investing its resources most efficiently, such as by upgrading its networks to higher speeds.
Second, it will harm customers of local, small providers when these customers are satisfied with their existing service."
LMFAO. No, we don't actually eat small providers or drive them out of the market like it's our after-school hobby or anything. We wouldn't want that.
Add Philadelphia to the long list of cities that finally admit way too late, when they knew all along (in fact, way before deals were anywhere near done) that Verizon ripped them off on fiber promises and a lot of other stuff.
I saw similar happen with police ostensibly there to... uh, watch?.. an intersection, after the power had gone. Not sure what the plan was there... Or maybe the whole idea was to scare people and then yell at them.
For one, all those sorts of things, like AV scans, that should delay while the system is in use, need a better definition of "in use" and ways to detect that. What some applications and operating systems consider to be "idle" is beyond the pale.
The larger problem here is that the Congressional record should be... a record. Publicly accessible. Just like court records should be. And most other things. One should need FOIA only in more extreme circumstances, where there is some actual argument to be made over what might be private or reasonably classified.