There is a blind spot in nationwide broadband rollout: the lack of accurate and transparent data about internet access speeds

Imagine buying “up” a gallon of milk for $4.50, or paying “up” to a full tank of fuel. Most people would see such transactions as ridiculous. However, in the field of broadband service, the use of “maximum” speeds has become standard business practice. Unlike other advertisements for goods and services – for example, What the … Read more