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It’s Time to Stop Ignoring Tech Policy at the Ballot Box

Americans overwhelmingly support net neutrality — but it’s still not a voting issue

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American consumers have long been vocal about the terrible state of U.S. broadband, which redefines mediocrity in terms of price, availability, and speed. But that anger intensified over the past few years, thanks to the…

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Karl Bode

Karl Bode

Seattle-based freelance writer with a focus on tech, tech policy, and consumer rights.

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