Broadband: The backbone of freedom

Has broadband access become a personal right? Does it really equate with freedom of speech and democracy? Panelists at the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City this week talked about the power of the Internet, its role in the Iranian unrest and about how some believed telcos and cablecos placed the interest of shareholders above public good. For more, read this column by Steve Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, and this Wall Street Journal article

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