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Re: FCC to Hammer Comcast on Throttling Shenanigans 3  farmerbob   2008-08-08 13:39:25 
Re: Customers Fail to Flock to Vonage 2  farmerbob   2008-08-08 13:32:17 
Re: Google Aims to Make It Big in China With Music Giveaway 2  haelb   2008-08-08 09:42:31 
Re: Online Peer Lending: Blazing an Easier Path to Cash 3  stevenrabago   2008-08-07 10:33:08 
Re: The Online Social 'Shop Till You Drop' Party 3  Shopquack   2008-08-06 17:19:02 
Re: Is Circuit City Headed for a Blowout? 7  Fetrow   2008-07-31 00:05:25 
Re: Beware the Hype for Software as a Service 3  xav   2008-07-29 11:45:26 
Re: New Online Market Wigix: More Like Nasdaq Than Sotheby's 2  SteveFrunkis   2008-07-29 05:40:13 
Re: XM, Sirius Pick Up Marriage License 2  SteveFrunkis   2008-07-28 13:10:38 
Re: Sony Turns the Page on E-Book Business Model 2  loralyn   2008-07-26 04:20:55 
Re: Workplace Text-Messaging Ruling Wows Privacy Advocates 2  benjaminwrigh   2008-07-23 04:41:21 
Re: Virgin Mobile IPO Gets Lukewarm Applause 2  thewizardofod   2008-07-20 12:59:32 
Re: Virgin Mobile: The Wireless Road Less Traveled 2  jbelkin   2008-07-20 00:00:40 
Re: Analyst: Xbox 360 Best of Show at E3 7  melackspace   2008-07-17 17:09:07 
Re: EBay Bid-Riggers To Pay $90,000 in Fines, Restitution 3  PhilipCohen   2008-07-16 17:26:17 
Re: Microsoft Climbs Higher Into the Cloud 4  EfficientBiz   2008-07-15 19:43:12 
Re: Getting Serious About Energy Independence 3  nbruce   2008-07-14 03:13:29 
Re: FCC May Curb Comcast's Internet Choke-Chain Antics 2  oldun   2008-07-11 14:29:38 
Re: The Red Queen of E-Commerce 2  jbaier   2008-07-11 09:22:47 
Re: Karachi Awakens 48  atewani   2008-07-08 16:54:19 

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How urgent is the need to provide broadband services for rural U.S. communities?
It's critical to the entire economy, and everyone should share the cost.
If rural residents really want high-speed Internet, they should foot the bill.
Internet providers will benefit -- they should build out their own networks.
The government should ensure that everyone is connected, but broadband isn't necessary.
People who choose to live off the grid do so for a reason -- leave them alone.
Providers should improve broadband services in heavily populated areas first.