The Pacific Research Institute (PRI) is an organization that evaluates a wide array of public policies and investigates possible reforms to improve the quality of life in free-market society. This book, published by PRI in January 2003, attempts "to communicate to a wide audience the issues involved in rolling out high-speed Internet services." It contains four main chapters contributed by different authors, addressing topics such as telecommunications policy, radio frequency spectrum allocations for specific technologies, and deregulation. The 100+ page book is targeted at a wide audience and is suitable for anyone wishing to learn about the obstacles hindering broadband deployment.
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