Linked by David Adams on Mon 3rd Nov 2014 22:18 UTC, submitted by Alfman
Internet & Networking The reason the United States lags many countries in both speed and affordability, according to people who study the issue, has nothing to do with technology. Instead, it is an economic policy problem - the lack of competition in the broadband industry.
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very true, and unlikely to change
by benali72 on Tue 4th Nov 2014 04:24 UTC
benali72
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So simple, so obvious, so true. And unlikely to change with congressional leaders voting as directed by the money power of business lobbyists rather than in the nation's interest.

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