Sunday, December 21, 2003

Why not Universal internet access? 

From the Cluetrain guys here:

The U.S. government should set a national goal: every citizen will have high bandwidth, open access to the Internet within five years, beginning with schools and public buildings, then businesses, other private enterprises and homes.

Since the Internet is a public good and has become a key tool in preserving democracy in this country, shouldn't everyone have the right to access it?

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