Colorado city not allowed to take over WiFi network

City officials in Longmont, Colo., knew WiFi service provider DHB Networks was struggling and wanted the legal right to take over the network if the company went under but the law forbid the city from doing so. Voters could have changed that law but it was defeated last week. Article

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