said by AreSee:Until recently, I believe, there were STILL areas of the US without either hardwired phone or electricity. So your argument looses something...
I don't see how we can call broadband a utility if there are still areas in the country that can't get it.
Now I do believe that Internet access itself is getting to the point that it's a utility; and an increasingly important one at that.
I'm not touching the Right to Broadband argument.