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WSJ’s Mossberg Calls For a Tougher Broadband Plan

July 18th, 2010 07:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GovTechGuy writes “Wall Street Journal tech columnist Walt Mossberg thinks the FCC’s national broadband plan is long overdue, but he criticized it for being vague on the details and too focused on expanding access into rural areas. Mossberg pointed out that what passes for broadband in the US wouldn’t even qualify as such in many other developed countries. He also noted that Americans pay more per unit of broadband speed than our competitors. He called on the government to devote time and resources to making sure Americans have the broadband access they need to stay competitive in the 21st century global economy.”

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