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TechLink: Proposal for nationwide Super Wi-Fi before FCC

This note from one of the tech-savvy readers in Gradyville, KY, who's just gone to a mobile hotspot instead of putting up with abysmal telephone line service - a travesty, when a rival provider has fiber optic service yards away, on the reader's farm. The reader sends a link to a Washington Post video about a plan the FCC is studying to offer nationwide, most powerful yet, internet service with a novel idea: Don't auction the service off to the highest bidder, but make it available to all.

The link is: Tech, telecom giants take sides as FCC proposes large public WiFi networks. Generally, current internet provides hope to keep their toll booths in place. Google and Microsoft are on the other side. Your ideas are welcome, using the Comments button with this story. - CM

This story was posted on 2013-02-04 20:31:40
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