It’s not that people don’t want broadband, it’s that they can’t afford it, a troubling situation that at the very least the government should admit and address. That is, of course, if they’re not focused on helping telecom companies more than consumers.
The same government entities that want to cut Medicaid and food stamps is more than happy to throw unnecessary money at big telecom companies.
The FCC is interested in all those reports of new and improved payola in the music industry, though I’d be shocked if it amounts to anything.
You will never convince someone of anything if it’s in their financial interest not to do so.
“Urged” is an understatement considering the lack of oversight telecom companies enjoy.
- Lie to the American public.
- Get caught lying by government regulators