Check this out

Something of interest! And may set some precedence?!

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James S.

Hmm.. let's look at a possible scenario here. Does this mean
that if the PA PUC decides that Internet traffic is not local, PacBell could
no longer provide internet services? I'm just stumbling through my logic
here, but if access is ruled an interstate service, PacBell (and all the
other Bells assuming the PUC's in various states took the same stance) would
only be able to provide Internet service in lata? That would cause some
"minor" political ramifications I would think...


I think the operative words in this article are "embarrassingly"
and "stupid".

- paul