Live in Georgia? CenturyLink Internet is Here for You
No matter what part of Georgia you call home, you need high-speed internet that makes getting online easier than ever. Choose CenturyLink to access fast broadband internet with speeds up to 20 Mbps and beyond. You can also use CenturyLink to sign up for DIRECTV packages that make watching your favorite sport easy, whether you prefer cheering on the Falcons in football or the Hawks in basketball.
CenturyLink® Internet Plans in Georgia
Price For Life Internet Up to 100 Mbps
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From the beautiful Georgia coast to the Atlanta suburbs, it’s easy to find out if you can access CenturyLink services. Simply view the CenturyLink availability map and the list of Georgia cities with CenturyLink to learn more.
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Number of electric car charging stations and solar installations per 100,000 residents.
Georgia Ranked the 5th Safest State For Kids Online
Several cyberbullying and sexting laws are only part of the reason Georgia is number five on our list of safest states for kids online. Georgia assembled an internet safety task force, which provides resources for parents on how to help their children stay safe online.
What Makes Georgia Safe For Kids Online?
Cyberbullying and Sexting Laws
With ten cybercrime laws on the books, including criminal and school sanctions, Georgia proves that it's tough on cyber crime—including online harassment.
Internet Crimes Against Children
Per every 100,000 kids under twenty-years-old, only one child statistically becomes a victim of internet crimes against children in Georgia.
Roughly two kids per every 100,000 children falls victim to malware in Georgia.
Internet Service Providers analyzed four data points to determine how safe a state is for kids online: internet crimes against children (40%), internet crime victims (25%), cyberbullying and sexting laws (25%), and malware crime victims (10%).
We used the Federal Bureau of Investigation Internet Crime Complaint Center to obtain information by state on internet crimes against children, internet crimes victims, and malware crime victims.
We used United States Census Data to compare the above to each state’s population under twenty-years-old.
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