Data, water and and why an Oregon town is suing The Oregonian

One of the country’s most famous companies is expanding in Oregon, and one city is carrying the water, legally speaking. That town sued to the public from knowing key details about the company’s plans.


I’m Andrew Theen and this is Beat Check with The Oregonian.

  

Up next, Mike Rogoway, business and technology reporter for The Oregonian and OregonLive.

 

We talked about Google’s plans along the Columbia River and why The Dalles is suing the Oregonian. We discussed data centers in general and what they mean to our economy, what other companies are doing and what information they share and on the second half of the show, we talked about Intel’s bold new plans and why resistance and skepticism are so strong.

 

Related reading:

The Oregonians's series "Draining Oregon"

2015 story from Mike on rural economies/data centers


 

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