It’s something between ironic and nauseating that Superintendent Tommy Chang and Mayor Marty Walsh are making it look like Verizon, of all entities, is here to save the day.
Charlie Baker’s $4.1 million gift to the cable industry
On July 12, the Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality ...
PROTECT YOURSELF: FOR SOME OF US, ONLINE PRIVACY IS A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
For members of my LGBTQ community, for example, the risks associated with having the details of our online activity leak can be far greater.
THE VERIZON SHUFFLE
Why the telecom company’s FiOS promise to Boston is a bait-and-switch
APPARENT HORIZON: CABLE JEOPARDY
Now that broadband internet is a public utility, both cable companies and telephone companies need to pay for public access television — not try to defund it
ECONOMIC VIOLENCE: VERIZON CUTS OFF HEALTH CARE BENEFITS TO STRIKERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
That’s why Verizon's union workers are on strike. It’s gotten to the point where they have no choice
STRIKE MATTERS: VERIZON’S UNION EMPLOYEES FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE OF THE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS
The general public may be aware that 39,000 unionized Verizon workers (out of a total of 178,000) have been out on strike for a few days—including many here in Boston. But the vast majority of onlookers don’t understand the stakes.