ISPs Really Don't Like The FCC's Latest Broadband Report
ISPs criticized the Federal Communications Commission after the agency's draft report said too few Americans have broadband access.By Ben Lawson | January 9, 2016
The Federal Communications Commission says more people should have access to broadband, and Internet service providers aren't too happy about the potential demands.
A draft of an FCC report says 10 percent of Americans can't get broadband. Availability is especially limited in rural areas where 39 percent don't have access.
In the report, drafted by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, the agency says it will step in if it finds broadband isn't being rolled out fast enough.