Website aims to speed up US broadband availability

Website aims to speed up US broadband availability


Could a wiki-style website speed up broadband access in the US? Because the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) releases little information on the availability and quality of existing services, it’s hard to know where to start, although the US government has a mandate to increase access to broadband. To tackle the problem, analyst Drew Clark of Washington DC will launch BroadbandCensus.com later this month. People will enter where they live, the price of their service and how happy they are with it. Eventually, a speed test will measure connection quality. Awaiting a vote in the Senate,
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