SPOTLIGHT: LA WiFi to expand

Los Angeles is expanding the city's fledgling public WiFi network. A city commission has approved $225,000 in contract extensions and enhancements for the purpose of building out the network to four additional city districts. The expansion will also include some additional WiFi security cameras, which will be installed as part of the deal. The municipal WiFi service currently offers access in Pershing Square. Plans call for extending it to the financial district and historic core, Bunker Hill and Little Tokyo. Report

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