Broadband Infrastructure Investments Need Transparency, Says BroadbandCensus.comExpert Opinion February 10th, 2009
Drew Clark, Publisher, BroadbandBreakfast.com
By Drew Clark, Editor and Executive Director, Broadband Census.com
WASHINGTON, February 9, 2009 – In a guest op-ed in Ars Technica, I caution that the broadband infrastructure investments planned as part of the economic stimulus package need transparency if they’re to be effective.
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