Monday, August 8, 2005
Reaction to the FCC's declassification of DSL lines continues to pour in, with consumer advocacy groups predicting a rise in costs and a drop in choice to consumers, and industry folks hailing the ruling with predictions of more investment in technology, resulting in new products and more options for the very same sector. Writes Christopher Boyd of Knight-Ridder, "Soon you could get TV over your phone lines." (Ventura County Star--subscription required). Read more here from media as diverse as the L. A. Times, Russell Shaw at zdnet, the San Jose Mercury News here and here, Information Week, and the New York Times.