Larry Downes: “How good is your broadband? The FCC needs to know” (Washington Post)

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In today’s hyperpoliticized technology policy environment, even an annual report can cause controversy. When the FCC began collecting data last month for its yearly review of America’s broadband infrastructure, critics were quick to flag questions about how, if at all, to count increasingly popular satellite, mobile and fixed wireless broadband options as part of the agency’s assessment of whether “advanced telecommunications capability” is being deployed to “all Americans in a reasonable and timely fashion.”

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