Google believes that fiber should be deployed to every library, school, community health center, and public housing facility in the United States, and the Federal Communications Commission should encourage the use of "white spaces" to deliver broadband to more people nationwide, PC Magazine reports. Google's comments were among several filed with the FCC after the agency asked stakeholders for their opinions on what the new national broadband plan should look like; June 8 was the deadline for submissions. As directed by the stimulus package, the FCC must deliver a plan to Congress by Feb. 17, 2010. The stimulus also allocates...

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