Bush Signs Inouye’s Broadband Bill

President Bush Friday signed the Broadband Data Improvement Act into law, according to a top staffer on the Senate Commerce Committee.

The bill, which had been pushed by Senate Committee Chairman Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), would require the Federal Communications Commission to report on broadband deployment annually rather than periodically…

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I’m not to sure how I feel about the government having control of everything and anything.

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  1. This isn’t about government control. It is all about improving our broadband internet access. Believe it or not countries like Korea or Japan already have like 100Mbps fiber-optic access for residential users.

    Which makes your 5Mbps Road Runner cable modem service look like a Yugo.

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