The last time the Internet had a major upgrade was in 1986.
A Chicago firm finds that filing a $50,000 suit against a tenant who tweeted about mold brings some unwanted publicity.
The program gives 5,000 subscriber households access to cable TV shows online without an extra fee.
Residents can now "tweet" the city about public problems, part of growing efforts to use online and social networking tools to get better customer service.
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