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  Science Progress: The Case for Federal Investment in Broadband

The United States will not meet President Bush’s goal of universal broadband by the end of 2007—not by a long shot. The number of subscribers to Internet services is growing faster than the adoption of “dial-up,” yet for the most part these subscribers are not connected to the broadband technology Congress described in 1996 as a two-way communications service capable of high-speed delivery of data, voice, and video.

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Filed under: Why It's Needed
Posted on 1/18/2008 & last modified on 10/01/2014

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