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US librarians critical of changes to internet policy, fear funding cuts

In the US, librarians have criticised the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to revoke an Obama-led initiative to provide discounted broadband services to low-income consumers, reports Publishers Weekly. The lifeline modernisation order expanded a Reagan-era program that offered discounted phone services to low-income consumers. The American Libraries Association (ALA) called...

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