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Net neutrality fans' joy as '2.3 million email' flood hits US Congress

ipghod

we've demanded that since 1997. the result has been DSL falling by the wayside and being replaced with cable and Ethernet.

DSL has been open access since then, and has seen tons of money go down the tubes, taking many small companies with it, as they fail to be able to deal with the realities of the limitations involved in serving customers that are spread far and wide, geographically, with a technology that was simply not up to the task.

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