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U.S. Broadband Map Not Updated Since 2014

The government's $300 million broadband map -- which was launched in 2011 in order to provide information about nationwide broadband service -- hasn't been updated in over three years, according to DSLReports. "While the intention was arguably good, the implementation wasn't," writes Karl Bode at DSLReports. "And while the government deserves lots of blame, so do ISP lobbyists that work tirelessly to ensure consumers don't have access to accurate price, speed or coverage data."

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