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U.S. Broadband Stuck in the Internet Slow Lane

The United States is starting to look like a slowpoke on the Internet. Examples abound of countries that have faster and cheaper broadband connections, and more of their population connected to them.

What's less clear is how badly the country that gave birth to the Internet is doing, and whether the government needs to step in and do something about it. The Bush administration has tried to foster broadband adoption with a hands-off approach. If that's seen as a failure by the next administration, the policy may change.

Read full story: Associated Press

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Re: U.S. Broadband Stuck in the Internet Slow Lane By Alex Tajirian  –  Oct 31, 2007 10:25 am PDT

A related article is Paul Krugman's "The French Connections."

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