The FCC regulates pole contacts. Duct are owned by the duct owners. BIAS providers have the same access to public utility easements as anyone else.

How are existing competitors denying anyone access to anything? If a power pole is rotten, by law/fed regulation, it must be replaced. Why should the power company be forced to replace a pole at their expense if you want to attach your cable to it?


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From: "Harold Bledsoe"

Then there's the regulatory challenges they face in every market...
Is this a polite way of saying that existing regulations do nothing to prevent competitors from doing their best to deny Google access to poles and ducts, or are there actually any regulations that Google is having a hard time fulfilling?

Jared

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