Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Cities Want Super-Fast Wireless Internet, But on Their Terms

In the race to make the U.S. a nation of smart cities, there’s no shortage of big ideas. Cities want to attach sensors to everything—streetlights, bridges, garbage trucks—and use the data they collect to predict things like potholes and traffic. They want their buildings to talk to residents via phones and wearables. They want the city grid to talk to cars. The list goes on.

But beneath all those ambitions lies a bigger challenge, one that’s at the heart of legal battles brewing between cities, s…