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GWI Hires Christopher Caiazzo as Director of Customer Operations

Great Works Internet (GWI) is pleased to announce the hiring of Christopher Caiazzo as the company’s new Director of Customer Operations.  Christopher brings a wealth of experience to the position and will be heavily focused on leading the service delivery and support groups as well as being the principal customer advocate.  “For 25 years we have been in the forefront …

The Dark World of Data Privacy

The issue of digital privacy is a predominant topic of citizen rights in today’s digital age. Information that tacitly is your property, is no longer expressly protected. In fact, our personal information is used as an economic transaction tool which has deleterious effects on us on a personal and societal scale. In instances where the merchants of our personal information are …

Kerem Durdag Appointed to President of GWI

Kerem Durdag was officially appointed to President, in addition to his duties as Chief Operating Officer, for GWI. As the company continues to evolve and focus heavily on fiber optic deployment and rural broadband expansion, Durdag has been instrumental in the strategic direction, development, and growth of the organization. GWI’s CEO, Fletcher Kittredge, stated that “Kerem joined our team two …

Broadband Affordability Report: Nearly Half of U.S. Population Lacks Access to a Low-Price Offering

Nearly half of the U.S. population (45%) lacks access to a low-price wired broadband offering, according to a new broadband affordability report from BroadbandNow, the organization that maintains a detailed database of broadband offerings throughout the U.S. The research also showed that people in rural areas pay higher prices and that, ironically, people in areas with higher average income pay …

Bill would curb data selling by Maine internet service providers

Lawmakers are scheduled to take up a measure Tuesday that would require Maine internet service providers to obtain consent before sharing customer data with a third party. AUGUSTA — A bill going before a legislative committee Tuesday would require Maine internet service providers to receive customers’ consent before sharing or selling their data to third parties. Rep. Shenna Bellows, D-Manchester, …

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