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Jonathan Chambers, chief of the FCC Office of Strategic Planning, spoke at Broadband Communities’ economic development conference in Springfield, Mass., in September 2014. Here is a slightly condensed and edited transcript of his remarks. This presentation was sponsored by Fujitsu.
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