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While Obama raises hopes for tech innovation, N.C. continues to build a fiber future

Technology advocates and industry leaders are watching closely to see whether and how Barack Obama will use technology to solve a financial mess of historic proportions. After all, Obama won the election in large part because of his campaign's unprecedented ability to…

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ISP/cable companies will never be satisfied until they can charge you as much as they do for satellite/cable TV....The internet …

by Tony D on The FCC's net neutrality rules leave the future of the Internet unclear (The Monitor)

Nice article, one of the best I've read on the subject... thanks Fiona.

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