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U.S. Broadband Policy and Competitiveness

The Council on Foreign Relations U.S. Broadband Policy and Competitiveness  published today an excellent primer on the current issues and debates of broadband. It stops short of taking a position on municipal entry, but explains very well the nature of the broadband … Continue reading

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More on (non) monopoly broadband

Here’s a good smack-down from Mike Wendy of Media Freedom on claims of a broadband monopoly in the US: Importantly, the upshot of this is that no one is dominant. No one has control. The ability to bend a market to … Continue reading

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10 reasons why US broadband isn’t as bad you think | AEIdeas

Here are the broadband facts we’ve been waiting for and with the credibility of the American Enterprise Institute.: 10 reasons why US broadband isn’t as bad you think. Read, savor the moment, then share widely.    

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