July 12, 2005

Falling Behind in Broadband: Orwell's FCC

Dana Blankenhorn:

Americans pay more for less broadband service than citizens of any other industrial country, and our take-up rate for fast Internet service is approaching Third World levels.

The reason? Lack of competition. Phone and cable networks, created under government control, have been made the private monopolies of corporate interests whose lobbyists dominate all capitals against the public interest.

David Isenberg has more.

Posted by James Zellmer at July 12, 2005 12:01 AM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
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