Why Super-Fast Internet Is Coming Super Slowly

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In The Wall Street Journal, Andy Kessler writes that the FCC could change this overnight by focusing on what’s best for the economy, not just for those it regulates.


Benoit Felten‘s insight:

The underlying current of “it’s the cities’ fault” in this piece is one more reason every city in America (and many outside of America) should seriously ask themselves if taking their broadband future in their own hands isn't the better option...

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