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Friday, October 21, 2005

The case for universal broadband Internet access in New York City. Corante New York:

I already see the claim that broadband internet connection should be a protected right, and therefore I should pay (with my taxes) for someone else connection. In fact someone already start making this claim: "Only an estimated 38% of New Yorkers currently have broadband access, but an ever-higher percentage of Internet content (such as video) requires this capability. The “digital divide” between higher and lower income communities may never be closed completely, but municipal broadband and wireless initiatives represent a concerted attempt to narrow this gap..."


The case for universal broadband Internet access in New York City. Corante New York:


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