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Rural Americans benefit most from modern open internet rules
10/12/2017

Ensuring access to an open, thriving online ecosystem through modern and even-handed internet rules is critical for every American, but perhaps most so for the 60 million rural Americans who rely on the internet to connect them to a rapidly evolving global economy. Studies show that as rural communities adopt and use broadband services, incomes go up and unemployment falls. Broadband providers support protections that ensure consumers and innovators alike don't have to worry about blocked websites or throttled service. Rural areas need more investment, not less. And modern open internet rules will encourage this needed progress. Learn more.

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