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Tech Firms: No Broadband as Utility

Tech Firms: No Broadband as Utility
Should broadband be a regulated public utility, like electricity? Some think so, but not surprisingly, makers of broadband equipment, including Cisco Systems, IBM and Intel, do not.
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