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Skirting Bottlenecks: Policies to Support Network Evolution, Digital Inclusion and Data Security

March 23, 2016  • Communications and Society Program

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The 30th Annual Aspen Institute Conference on Communications Policy, entitled “The Future of Broadband Competition,” took place August 12-15, 2015 in Aspen, CO. The conference gathered 33 leading communications policy leaders and experts in Aspen to consider how broadband markets can promise delivery of economic and social benefits. Written by Conference rapporteur John B. Horrigan, the report investigates policy goals that can ensure a robust, competitive marketplace, and how broadband markets can promise delivery of economic and social benefits that improve the quality of life in America for all.

Visit the interactive Communications Policy report website to download a copy of the report.

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