WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) released results of a national phone survey along with a new analysis of twelve failing taxpayer-funded municipal broadband networks around the country. The phone survey showed that the vast majority of Americans are strongly opposed to government-owned internet networks. The new report titled, “THE DIRTY DOZEN: Examining the Failure of America’s Biggest & Most Infamous Taxpayer-Funded Broadband Networks” details 12 of the country’s failed Government-Owned Networks (GONs) and how taxpayers have been paying billions of dollars for the failures. Click here for poll results and here for the report.
Check out TPA's latest report on some of the most well-known failures in govenrment broadband. Billions of taxpayer dollars wasted on government-owned networks (GONs) from coast to coast all across the United States » Read the Full Report
Read the results from a new survey that TPA helped put together. The survey, taken in late July, asked hundreds of registered voters all across the country how they felt about government involvement in the broadband market. » Read the Full Report
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