Editorial: Seeking the Benefits of Broadband

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Leith H Campbell https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5646-0848

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Broadband, Editorial

Abstract

This editorial comes in three parts: some observations on national preparedness to capture the benefits of widespread broadband availability; some updates on the editorial team that produces the Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy; and a brief introduction to the papers in this issue.

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