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Posted inBroadband and Technology, Politics and Government

Who’ll Define ‘Universal Service’?

Today, most of us think of “universal service” as a right — a moral, and frequently legal guarantee of a nation’s citizenry to be provided with access to basic technological goods and services like electricity, telephone and, now, broadband. Yet the notion of universal service itself is not, in fact, universal.  Not only has our […]