Study Sees 'Troubling Outcomes' in Munis

Maffei, Glenn
February 2005
Multichannel News;2/14/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p14
Reports on the findings of a study about the implications of government-sponsored wireless broadband network services for city budgets and commercial competition in the U.S., released in February 3, 2005 by the New Millennium Research Council. Benefit of the addition of broadband access via wireless fidelity to traveling professionals; Stand of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the plan to offer free and low-cost Internet access; Impact of subsidizing municipal network operation on the private sector.


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