FCC Chairman Calls For Stronger Broadband Competition, Especially For High-Speed Connections

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screen-shot-2014-08-28-at-9-24-17-am In a speech this morning, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler discussed the state of American broadband, arguing that there is a lack of competition in the market, especially in terms of truly fast connections. Broadband, as it is currently defined by the FCC, is a connection of at least 4 Mbps. That’s too slow, according to Wheeler, who noted that his agency is looking to increase that metric to… Read More