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Marketplace Tech
Feb 23, 2022
The FCC aims to expand competition for internet service in apartment buildings
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The Federal Communications Commission decided last week to provide renters and condo dwellers with more options for internet service. Though it’s a pro-consumer move, it’s difficult to enforce, and, overall, competition among providers is pretty sparse. Still, it’s a small step toward recognizing high-speed internet as a utility, like water and gas.

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