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FCC’s Broadband Plan May Cost You Money

March 16th, 2010 03:07 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

At ten minutes past midnight the FCC released their National Broadband Plan. Judging by the available coverage, few reporters spent the night poring over it. The BBC at least posted something in the morning hours, but it quotes Enderle, so that gives you some idea of its sourcing. Business Week notes the plan’s cool (not to say frigid) reception among broadcasters. Dave Burstein of FastNet News did some real digging. His take as of 4:00 am Eastern time is that the plan will cost most Americans money, and won’t provide much if any relief to the poor. We’ll see many more details and nuances emerge over the day.

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