Low fiber

Wright, Robert
June 1994
New Republic;6/27/94, Vol. 210 Issue 26, p4
Examines the implications of the provision of fiber-optic video dial tone service to U.S. citizens for public policy. Call for the incorporation of anti-redlining rules into the telecommunications legislation being debated in Congress in 1998; Impact of the information superhighway service on the urban underclass; Visions of the dataway available for customers; Forecast on the role of the service in promoting cultural division.


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