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Finland: Broadband Internet is a legal right

Starting today, every citizen of Finland has the legal right to a 1Mbps broadband connection, meaning that providers are now required to make the connections available to everyone. The government of Finland has also promised to make good on its goal of getting every citizen with a 100Mbps connection by 2015, saying that they now consider internet access a basic requirement of daily life.

How cool is that?  What an incredibly progressive idea.  (via Engadget)

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