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Monday, September 24, 2001
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    The Net Economy launched September 2000, exclusively covering the business and technology of the communications networks and services that are creating the greatest economic revolution since the advent of the industrial age.

    The publication is aimed at network operators and service providers of all types, as they deploy high-speed, packet networks that mix data, voice, text, video and graphics to produce yet-to-be imagined services in everything from electronic commerce to entertainment to education to business data.

    The Net Economy is a controlled-circulation magazine of news and analysis, published by Ziff Davis Media and operated by an award-winning team of journalists that have been at the forefront of the transformation of traditional telephone, cable and other networks into advanced, interactive channels of communication.

    Based in New York, The Net Economy can be reached at 212-503-3500. Editor-in-Chief Carol Wilson can be reached at 847-933-0010, or carol_wilson@ziffdavis.com

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    Should Congress vote in September to let the Bells into long-distance data service?
    Yes indeedy — letting them in would speed the stalled rollout of broadband.
    Maybe — but we should force them to commit to universal DSL.
    Probably not — telco competition is not yet strong enough.
    No way in hell — the Bells have near-monopoly power and don’t need any more.



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