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Obama's Plan to Loosen Comcasts's Stranglehold on Your Internet

Wednesday, January 14, 2015   (0 Comments)
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From Gizmodo.com:

President Obama glad-handed some network engineers in Cedar Falls, Iowa today. No, it was not a campaign stop. (He's done running for president.) The commander-in-chief's visit to the local utility office of Iowa's first gigabit city is a mission statement: America needs more internet service providers that aren't called Comcast.

The mission to create more competition between broadband providers and better internet at a lower price to the end user has been underway for years. It just got a really, really nice boost from the White House, a boost that President Obama will talk more about at the State of the Union on January 20. The White House has already released a 37-page long report on Community-Based Broadband Solutions that explains why the initiative is so important now. (Executive summary: America's internet is too slow, too expensive, too unreliable, and too inaccessible in rural areas.)

- Read the full article at Gizmodo.com



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