The real economics behind Internet access in America
from By Victor Blake
Internet access — or what policy wonks have oddly decided to call "broadband access" — is irrefutably an important service for individuals and business alike. In our competitive world, journalists and politicians have taken it upon themselves to explain, in poorly-informed terms, why "broadband" is "more expensive in the U.S." The truth is that the cost of providing a service may involve any number of factors including competition, demand and other economic factors.
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