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The quest for high-speed fiber: a conversation with Susan Crawford

16
Dec
2013

The web may be growing, but in America the physical infrastructure most people use to access it is barely keeping pace. Eighty-five percent of the country is still stuck with cable modem service as its fastest available internet, and if we want to move towards a future of telepresence and widespread streaming video, thats not going to cut it. Its a huge problem for the growth of the web, and in this years Captive Audience, law professor Susan Crawford laid out how it happened as telecom companies consolidated power and colluded to escape regulation. In America, we dont see how badly were doing.

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