The November 2007 issue of IT&T News covers a wide range of technology topics, from the growth of cell phone-only households to FCC's insistence that analog TVs be usable even beyond the 2009 switch to digital TV. On page 1:
- The current moratorium on Internet access taxes expires November 1, and Washington's legislative and lobbying forces are debating whether the ban should be made permanent.
- Six states and the District of Columbia have pressed the federal judge overseeing the 2002 Microsoft antitrust decree to extend the terms past their November 12 expiration date.
- Utah's sales tax-backed statewide fiber-optic backbone is coming under fire over a deliberate shift in strategy to seek new build-out contracts in high-end developments.
- Wireless devices have surpassed landline phones as the favored voice calling system in the U.S.
Also in this issue: telecom privatization worldwide, parental controls for cell phones, a municipal wireless success story, U.S. access to broadband grows, the death of TV's family hour, industry news, a directory of infotech and telecom resources, and infographics.
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