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Nce the breakup of Standard Oil a century ago In the clearest terms this book explores how telecommunications monopolies have affected the daily lives of consumers andAmerica's global economic standingTen years ago the United States stood at the forefront of the Internet revolution With some of the fastest speeds and lowest prices in the world for high speed Internet accessthe nation was poised to be the global leader in the new knowledge based economy Today that global competitive advantage has all but vanishedbecause of a series of government decisions and resulting monopolies that have allowed dozens of countries including Japan and South Korea to pass usin both speed and price of broadband This steady slide backward not only deprives consumers of vital services needed in a competitive employment and business marketit also threatens the economic future of the nationThis important book by leading telecommunications policy expert Susan Crawford explores why Americans are now paying muchbut getting much less when it comes to high speed Internet access Using the merger between Comcast and NBC Universal as a lens Crawford examines how we have created the biggest monopoly since the breakup of Standard Oil a century ago In the clearest terms this book explores how telecommun.

captive kindle audience pdf Captive Audience EpubNce the breakup of Standard Oil a century ago In the clearest terms this book explores how telecommunications monopolies have affected the daily lives of consumers andAmerica's global economic standingTen years ago the United States stood at the forefront of the Internet revolution With some of the fastest speeds and lowest prices in the world for high speed Internet accessthe nation was poised to be the global leader in the new knowledge based economy Today that global competitive advantage has all but vanishedbecause of a series of government decisions and resulting monopolies that have allowed dozens of countries including Japan and South Korea to pass usin both speed and price of broadband This steady slide backward not only deprives consumers of vital services needed in a competitive employment and business marketit also threatens the economic future of the nationThis important book by leading telecommunications policy expert Susan Crawford explores why Americans are now paying muchbut getting much less when it comes to high speed Internet access Using the merger between Comcast and NBC Universal as a lens Crawford examines how we have created the biggest monopoly since the breakup of Standard Oil a century ago In the clearest terms this book explores how telecommun.

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