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Getting Ultrafast Internet by Ditching the Phone (and Cable) Company

Washington, D.C., decided to treat the Internet like any other utility, and the result is a 100-gigabit network that could spawn local, low-cost ISPs.
"It's a recognition of the fact that high-speed Internet access is now a necessity and a public good, so it's not inappropriate for governments to step in and give it a push."

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Comment by Ed Price
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Just think of how wonderful and free the Internet will be when someone finally develops a ultra-high wave propagation unit that can bridge the gaps between the power lines and the transformers without affecting electrical power output or input. Anybody will be able to connect, over the power grid, at any time, without the need of any central computers, or Government control and interference. And with encryption as powerful as it is today, privacy in communication will be complete.

I wonder if Government has developed this already, and is using it to spy on your computer right now.

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