Broadband in every home? Not until it's more secure

Wednesday, 5 June 2002, 11:36 AM EST

Senator Joseph Lieberman wants everyone to have a broadband connection--and we're not talking about a mere 10MB, but a super-fast 100MB.

Lieberman would also like to see a "technology neutral, but broadband positive" environment in Washington, D.C. He wants businesses to lead new R&D into high-speed broadband with tax and other incentives.

Unfortunately, no one, not even Lieberman, is talking about the security consequences of such a wired world.

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