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Say goodbye to Speakeasy

On Sun, 7 Aug 2005 11:15:23 -0400 (EDT)
Gregory Boyce <gboyce at> wrote:

> Well, it looks like the FCC has reclassified DSL as an Information 
> Service, meaning that the phone company no longer is required to share the 
> lines with other providers.
In the strictest sense, ISPs, like Speakeasy, Earthlink, and AOL among
others could be frozen out. But, this also leaves them open to state
and local regulation. We'll seen how the broadband operators (eg. cable
and phone companies) react to this as well as the ISPs, like AOL and
Speakeasy. I suspect that there is going to be a lot of legal

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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