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> In what seems an eternity ago, Congress enacted and President Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Public Law 104-104). There was much fanfare at the time about how the law would usher in a golden age of competition in telecommunications and, with it, new technologies and services (video on demand delivered through new “broadband” networks), multiple ways of receiving television signals (over cable, telephone lines, and satellites), and far lower prices to consumers for the full range of telecommunications services.

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