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chgo_man99

join:2010-01-01
San Jose, CA
reply to sparc

Re: 1/10 fiber cost

we are kinda years behind. Europe has seen ADSL2+ with IPTV/Satellite combo years before VDSL with comparable speeds came to the U.S.

In rural areas, Europe does not use wood for electric, telephone poles. They use concrete material that holds well. They have steps than enable technicians to go up without ladder.

EuroDoCSIS has more room than US Docsis and they have always had faster speeds. With Docsis 3.0 they have already 120Mb/s, while we struggle a bit with 50mb/s as the fastest tier.

Your privacy is protected. They don't use Social Security Number for everything. Its easier to find a job, especially the one for which you overqualify (lets say you look for a work after you got college diploma but in the meantime want to work seasonal at an electronics store).

They were the first to implement biometric chips in password before US.

need more examples?

patcat88

join:2002-04-05
Jamaica, NY
kudos:1
said by chgo_man99:

Your privacy is protected. They don't use Social Security Number for everything. Its easier to find a job, especially the one for which you overqualify (lets say you look for a work after you got college diploma but in the meantime want to work seasonal at an electronics store).

They were the first to implement biometric chips in password before US.

need more examples?
And all of europe has national ID cards. The USA has none, technically.

chgo_man99

join:2010-01-01
San Jose, CA
State/ license IDs are ok. That's why it is United States. Passport/nexus card can always be used as a second national id. But I really would want to see requirements for taking writing exams to go away when you move to another state and need to change Driver's License.