Two Complainants in Southern Florida have sued AT&T Broadband for intentionally bypassing certain poor minority neighbourhoods when offering its high-speed Internet access. While AT&T denies the allegations, the Complaints could effectively block the proposed sale of AT&T's broadband unit to Comcast. For additional information, visit:


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