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ISPs don’t wish to tell the FCC accurately where they offer Internet service

The Federal Communications Commission is deliberation either it should collect some-more accurate information about broadband deployment in the US, but wire and telecom run groups are propelling the FCC to say the standing quo.

Currently, the FCC’s “Form 477″ information collection program requires Internet service providers to brand the census blocks in which they yield residential or business Internet service and the limit speeds charity in any block. ISPs are also ostensible to brand the census blocks that are nearby adequate to their networks that they could yield service within a reasonable timeframe.

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