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National broadband policy: Let's get it right this time

Some people are talking about having a National Broadband Strategy, and that is a good issue to discuss. However, the one cautionary comment I would have is: Let's get it right this time.

Several articles have popped up that discuss the need, but do not reflect some of the keys to making it right. One article written by Congressman John Dingell, D-Mich., chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, the author states:

Protect consumers: Above all, we must remember that communications networks run over public resources such as spectrum or a community's local rights of way. Our policies should demand that service provi......

Full article >>> ifling bill that actually helped protect incumbents, restricted real competition and investment, produced a lot of pork, and basically got us to where we are today: Behind many countries who we were in front of 10 years ago. Let that sink in a little before you send an e-mail telling me otherwise.

Those shortsighted executives and lobbyists that throw out questions to stifle innovation, s......

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Source:wistechnology.com By James Carlini 02/07/07


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