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Re: European Union Backs Record Fine for Microsoft 4  Hamsternator   2004-03-29 00:50:41 
Re: An Unseen Peril of Outsourcing 2  papy006   2004-03-24 22:13:29 
Re: Banking: Welcome to the Digital Age 2  gartindale   2004-03-24 11:17:19 
Re: Economists Say 'Offshoring' Overblown as a Problem 6  remerton   2004-03-20 06:01:12 
Re: Outsourcing Fears Debunked in Teleconference 2  remerton   2004-03-20 05:50:00 
Re: Want To Stop Spam? Multiple Techniques in Unison Is the Answer 3  DanRDG   2004-03-19 07:05:52 
Re: Faces of Globalization: A Dilemma in India 3  astonish   2004-03-16 20:18:30 
Re: Firms Look To Limit Liability for Online Security Breaches 2  jetpowercom   2004-03-15 00:56:24 
Re: IBM Director Bart Lautenbach Forecasts E-Business Future 2  jpflaum   2004-03-11 12:05:54 
Re: Scientists: The Latest Mac Converts 15  WilliamGates   2004-03-08 15:26:49 
Re: Apple's Elusive Corporate Configuration 2  mlindl   2004-03-02 03:58:09 
Re: Sun Expands HP Away Program To Lure Unix Customers 2  dagu   2004-02-26 09:38:58 
Re: Time for a High-Tech Union? 3  speedoflight   2004-02-20 09:14:30 
Re: Why Lindows Is Not a Winning Name 3  lehrig   2004-02-20 02:53:55 
Re: Lawsuit Draws Bead on Shifty Spammers 2  rrjones   2004-02-19 19:23:12 
Re: Search Wars Heat Up as Yahoo Drops Google 2  jpflaum   2004-02-18 12:44:36 
Re: Microsoft To Phase Out Passport Payment Service 2  dz877   2004-02-16 06:57:51 
Re: Gartner Casts Doubt on MS Security Commitment 2  bangular   2004-02-14 01:20:54 
Re: As Economy Expands, India on 'Verge of Something Big' 2  ganges   2004-02-10 08:24:42 
Re: Saving Your Web Site from the Search Abyss 2  djmathu   2004-02-09 09:11:46 

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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.