I did not read the arcticle yet but...

Yes it is infact a right for someone to get it. But its not necessarilly an obligation for someone specific to provide it. The problem is that the majority of the people screaming for it, are the ones not willing to pay for it. There is not a shortage of providers willing to deploy services, there are a shortage of people willing to pay what it costs to provide it to those areas that have a higher cost to provide it in.
There are 7000 ISPs around the country ready to take that grant money.

Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL & Wireless, Inc
IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband

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"Broadband is a fundamental civil right and human right," Bill de Blasio, a city council member, said during the session on Wednesday.

http://radinfo.blogspot.com/2006/03/nyc-moves-closer-to-broadband-plan.html

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