Last updated: November 29, 2010 - 11:37am
The Federal Communications Commission is releasing the raw data files that were the basis for the "Broadband Adoption and Use in America" working paper. The Broadband Data Improvement Act directed the Commission to "conduct and make public periodic surveys of consumers" as part of the FCC's efforts to understand who uses broadband, who does not, and, if not, why people do not subscribe. The FCC released the results of the survey on February 23rd, and today it makes available to the public the underlying data for the survey.
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