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dslcreature
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join:2010-07-10
Seattle, WA

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Regulation?

Does this mean those who offer less than 4mbps service are no longer considered a "broadband" provider and therefore no longer subject to FCC "broadband" requirements?

Who cares what the FCC thinks qualifies as "broadband" today? What difference does it make?



Xioden
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join:2008-06-10
Monticello, NY
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They just stopped offering broadband, and now offer "High speed internet". Why actually do anything when you can just sidestep the issue.



FFH
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join:2002-03-03
Tavistock NJ
kudos:5

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said by dslcreature:

Does this mean those who offer less than 4mbps service are no longer considered a "broadband" provider and therefore no longer subject to FCC "broadband" requirements?

Who cares what the FCC thinks qualifies as "broadband" today? What difference does it make?

It makes no difference at all what the FCC thinks. They don't call the shots and how they define broadband won't change what is being offered by ISPs.
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join:2011-10-25
Toledo, OH

Totally agree. It's the FCC's way of making them look good and trying to call the shots. But it's really their way of spending more and more Gov't money than what needs to be spent.