Friday, September 10, 2004

FCC says U.S. getting its broadband act together | CNET News.com

FCC says U.S. getting its broadband act together | CNET News.com "A new Federal Communications Commission report found that U.S. high-speed Internet lines had tripled to 28.2 million by the end of 2003 from June 2001, but the country at best was 10th place in international rankings down from fourth, lagging nations like Canada and South Korea.
President Bush has pushed for universal broadband access by 2007 while Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry has pledged tax breaks to boost broadband deployment."
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