California officials are serious about making sure that communication networks don’t fail again during this year’s wildfire season if power is shut off.
State utility regulators have proposed a 72-hour
In a three-hour long question and answer session, executives from every major telecom company in California — including AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile — addressed the California Public Utilities Commission about
A CPUC study has concluded that phone service in California is deteriorating. Key findings include:
Deteriorating service quality. The quality of AT&T and Frontier voice services has steadily declined over
Californians displaced by last month’s devastating wildfires may get a little help dealing with their monthly utility bills, if state regulators approve a package of emergency consumer protection measures Thursday.
GET ICE OUT OF OUR REFRIGERATORS- STOP Smart Meter Spying!
Farfetched as it seems, smart meters can give away an enormous amount of information about customers, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wants it. Federal immigration authorities are