FCC unveils working recommendations for broadband plan

Friday 19 February 2010 | 10:42 CET | News
The US FCC unveiled the working recommendations in the 'national purposes' section of the National Broadband Plan, which will be delivered to Congress on 17 March. The working recommendations are designed to support America's competitive advantages in key sectors of the economy and society. These recommendations are intended to integrate broadband into the country's priorities and deliver to consumers high-quality healthcare, world-class education, smarter energy tools, 21st century jobs, greater public safety, more opportunities for civic engagement, and a better quality of life. Key themes

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