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Re: Has Facebook Finally Gone Too Far?  Renay San Miguel  2010-05-05 08:55:24
FB crack  jpurkey  2010-05-06 10:11:18
Gawd Can We please Overreact ?!  FichenDich  2010-05-05 13:38:48
Re: School District Accused of Snapping 1,000s of Shots of Students at Home  Katherine Noyes  2010-04-19 15:00:59
Pleading the 5th  tdhelder  2010-04-20 12:44:32
Fifth  darman92  2010-05-04 15:19:07
Re: Better Software Through Pixel Tinkering: Q&A With Prefab Dev James Fogarty  Renay San Miguel  2010-05-04 06:28:29
Ish.... yuck...  tbuckley  2010-05-04 06:35:13
Re: HP's Deal of the Century, Android's Short Life  Rob Enderle  2010-05-04 03:11:54
Good luck to HP  jescott418  2010-05-04 03:53:39
Re: Greenpeace Ranks Cisco First on Climate All-Star List  Kimberly Hill  2010-05-02 22:58:52
Who is Greenpeace  jimbob2000  2010-05-03 13:37:00
Re: Foxit's Phantom PDF Maker Is Swift, Light and Agile  Jack M. Germain  2010-04-29 19:25:35
Need help  martin2686  2010-05-03 12:21:15
Re: Lost iPhone Brings Scoundrels, Sharks and Shysters Out of the Woodwork  Renay San Miguel  2010-04-30 05:41:20
The Law  machelp  2010-05-02 14:42:47
Should have learned in kindergarten  AmzdCnfsd  2010-04-30 06:51:00
Finally an ounce of intelligence . . .  farmerbob  2010-05-01 12:29:39
iPhone prototype legal and ethical issues  wbthacker  2010-04-30 06:43:50
We call it the "Lost and Never Found"  baywatersport  2010-04-30 06:42:11
Because obvisouly they are!  farmerbob  2010-05-01 12:26:28
Re: When the Gadget Police Come Knocking  Paul Hartsock  2010-05-02 14:25:04
Stolen Property  machelp  2010-05-02 14:28:14
Re: Microsoft Gives OEMs Embedded Win 7 to Tinker With  Sidney Hill  2010-04-29 10:30:23
To many options  RosarioElliot  2010-04-30 10:14:10
DT Research media players - correction  GabrielleM  2010-04-29 10:39:59
Re: New Google Tool Exposes Government Pushing and Prying  Katherine Noyes  2010-04-21 16:50:16
Google Does Better  divakarssathya  2010-04-29 08:29:12
Re: Facebook's Bid to Spread You Across the Web in Graphic Detail  Paul Hartsock  2010-04-26 08:30:47
Good one  Sripathy  2010-04-29 00:12:39
Good one  Sripathy  2010-04-28 23:59:32
Re: Android 2.2 Goes All the Way With Flash  Richard Adhikari  2010-04-28 16:10:06
Good one  Sripathy  2010-04-28 23:58:46
Re: Apple Parties Like It's 1985 - and That's Not a Good Thing  Renay San Miguel  2010-04-23 10:40:43
The Apple store power!  jescott418  2010-04-27 13:37:10
iPhone, developers and Apple  akcoyote  2010-04-23 18:11:33
Re: Can Robotic Repairmen Neutralize Windows 7's Annoyances?  Scott M. Fulton, III  2010-04-24 08:54:34
Interesting  JonasF  2010-04-26 09:55:33
Re: Hackers and Social Networking: A Love Story  Renay San Miguel  2010-04-22 12:42:22
VM solutions  gematcigital  2010-04-22 12:53:57
Re: 10 Nations Demand Online Privacy - Or Else  Mike Pearson  2010-04-20 16:17:40
US? Switzerland?  aoeu  2010-04-20 16:22:51
Re: Twitter's New Flight Plan  Paul Hartsock  2010-04-17 16:22:05
All sponsorship is obsolete censorship in practice.  calm4  2010-04-17 16:34:58
Who's reading the feedback?  knowledgenotebook  2010-04-17 06:59:16
Re: Obama on Space Exploration: We've Got to Be Smart  Katherine Noyes  2010-04-16 09:44:09
Obama space policy  PhilTill  2010-04-16 21:43:13
The Right Space Plan???  GeeSpace  2010-04-16 12:02:49

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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.
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Providers should improve broadband services in heavily populated areas first.