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A Broadband Survey That Asks the Right Questions

March 22nd, 2010 03:52 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Lauren Weinstein writes “I’ve just deployed the first ever Broadband Survey under the auspices of GCTIP, which asks questions that the FCC neglected to ask about service types, promised vs. actual broadband speeds, user satisfaction (or lack thereof) with their ISPs and local ISP competition, etc. I’m already finding the detailed comments many persons are leaving on the survey form to be extremely illuminating and with sufficient participation I’m hoping my reports from this data will be useful to the Internet community broadly.”

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