From Communications Daily:

R Street Institute tech policy associate Joe Kane and others also said the broadband mapping language is an important component of the NTIA draft. “I’m generally skeptical of the ability of government subsidies for rural broadband programs to yield net economic benefits, but, as long as they are going to exist, it’s good to have accurate data,” Kane said. “Coordination between the various programs should also enable funding to be allocated less wastefully.”

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