According to Business Insider, Google Fiber will pay the city of Louisville, Kentucky, nearly million to help repair damages it caused. The payment package which will be paid out over the next 20 months, came as a result of the company agreeing to leave the streets in the same, or better, condition than before it started digging trenches and laying cables for its fiber internet in 2017. Google announced it would be pulling out of its Louisville operation in February, just over a year after launching. The tech giant said they will also donate 0,000 to a local organization that focuses on “digital inclusion” efforts, including restoring used computers for low-income residents.
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