Microsoft Claims Nearly Half of People in the U.S. Don't Use Internet at Broadband Speeds

The broadband divide in the U.S. is real, but if you want to know how real, don't ask the FCC. Its yearly broadband deployment report, already under fire for serious data problems, has now been further questioned by Microsoft, which says its own data contradicts coverage data provided by internet providers. Despite $22 billion in government spending, it says, "adoption has barely budged."

Microsoft Claims Nearly Half of People in the U.S. Don't Use Internet at Broadband Speeds

Tomorrow the Senate Commerce Committee will hold a hearing to better examine the state of broadband maps in the U.S. These maps currently suggest just 25 million Americans are without access ...

Tue 9 Apr 19 from Gizmodo

Microsoft: FCC's broadband coverage maps are way off - CNET

The tech giant says more than 160 million Americans aren't using the internet at broadband speeds.

Tue 9 Apr 19 from CNET

Microsoft Rips FCC For Misleading And Inaccurate US Broadband Coverage Maps

The Federal Communications Commission would have us believe that everything is hunky-dory in the land of broadband, that speeds and availability are improving at a steady clip in the United ...

Tue 9 Apr 19 from HotHardware

Microsoft says FCC data on improved broadband coverage is misleading

It's a well-known fact that large swathes of the US remain without broadband connectivity -- indeed, some $22 billion has been poured into closing this gap over the past five years. ...

Tue 9 Apr 19 from Engadget

Microsoft says its data shows FCC reports massively overstate broadband adoption

The broadband divide in the U.S. is real, but if you want to know how real, don't ask the FCC. Its yearly broadband deployment report, already under fire for serious data problems, has now been ...

Mon 8 Apr 19 from TechCrunch

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