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Re: Library of Congress to House Billions and Billions of Tweets 2  johnsawyer2260   2010-04-15 13:12:01 
Re: Identity Theft Demystified 2  sudonim   2010-04-15 07:43:58 
Re: The Great Firewall of China Will Engulf the Gutless 2  maozewrong   2010-04-06 19:49:17 
Re: Google Plugs Desktop Search Security Gap 2  Iaifrank   2010-04-06 03:48:45 
Re: Fraudsters Can Easily Buy SSL Certificates, Researcher Finds 2  Kagehi   2010-04-04 14:35:59 
Re: The Mighty Fall at Pwn2Own 2  basitis   2010-04-04 04:30:39 
Re: Old Science Caught in New Media Whirlwind 3  Alverant   2010-04-03 19:32:15 
Re: Will the iPad Thrive in Apple's Closed Ecosystem? 3  billtwyman   2010-03-31 15:37:58 
Re: Intel, HP and DreamWorks: Training Dragons 3  symbolset   2010-03-30 13:41:23 
Re: French Hacker Played Guessing Game to Access Twitter Accounts 3  rxantos   2010-03-29 06:09:16 
Re: Sprint Steps Up to the 4G Plate 2  vinconti   2010-03-26 15:53:35 
Re: Platform Internet: The Promise of Grid Computing 3  Bena_chandra   2010-03-22 22:45:06 
Re: The Early Stats on IE9 2  pdmfs   2010-03-22 10:07:13 
Re: Living in a Constant State of Red-Alert Security 2  Kagehi   2010-03-21 14:13:00 
Re: Google Hatches Plot to Break Into TV 2  jt4u   2010-03-19 01:39:12 
Re: FCC Testing Tool May Out ISPs' Bogus Speed Claims 2  farmerbob   2010-03-15 12:33:07 
Re: Old Dogs, a Straying Audience and New Media Tricks 2  cindysmith   2010-03-15 06:37:27 
Re: Was the iPad a Mistake? 5  buckisadog   2010-03-12 18:24:19 
Re: Corel's X3 Photo Editor Paints a Pretty Picture 2  Kagehi   2010-03-11 09:10:32 
Re: Study: U.S. Latinos on Far Side of Digital Divide 2  efraingutierrez   2010-03-08 14:15:57 

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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.