FCC DSL ruling tomorrow

Talk about being a very good day. Looks like Baby Bells will no longer have to share their wireline networks with other competitors, much like their cable industry peers. The Wall Street Journal reports that FCC could announce rule changes “as early as tomorrow, making it more difficult for independent Internet providers to offer high-speed service but offering an incentive for the Bells to build out broadband networks.” The Telecom Act of 1996 is finally dead. Bells got everything they wanted, including getting rid of getting all the competition.

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