The world gets a national broadband plan

Ars Technica: "In case you didn't get enough of Ars Technica's coverage of our Federal Communications Commission's National Broadband Plan, you'll be pleased to know that lots of other countries have them too. In fact, it turns out that there's an NBP for the whole world, just released by the United Nation's International Telecommunications Union.

"In this brave new world of 'digital opportunity', we believe the burning issue is what price will be paid by those who fail to make the global, regional, national and local choices for broadband inclusion for all—choices which must be made sooner rather than later," the "Outcomes" section of ITU's world Broadband Report warns."

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