AT&T hopes you’ll forget its years-long fight against accurate broadband maps

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<div>AT&T hopes you’ll forget its years-long fight against accurate broadband maps</div>
AT&T hopes you’ll forget its years-long fight against accurate broadband maps
<div>AT&T hopes you’ll forget its years-long fight against accurate broadband maps</div>

Enlarge / AT&T’s logo at its corporate headquarters on March 13, 2020 in Dallas, Texas. (credit: Getty Images | Ronald Martinez )

AT&T—which has spent the past decade fighting US-government attempts to improve the country’s horrible broadband maps—is now claiming to be very concerned about the mapping problem that has helped thwart efforts to wire up millions of American homes without adequate broadband access.

AT&T CEO John Stankey this week published an opinion piece in Politico with the apparent goals of improving AT&T’s reputation, reducing government regulation, and getting more federal funding. The piece is titled, “A Game Plan to—Finally—Connect Every American to Broadband,” and the first item on AT&T’s game plan is “to identify where broadband is unavailable with geographic precision.”

Stankey wrote:

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Source : https://arstechnica.com/?p=1705038