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  <blockquote class="posterous_long_quote">Just six phone and cable TV companies control 65% of the USA's 80.9 million broadband users, according to a new report by tech researcher Forrester. The top four – AT&amp;T, <a href="http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Brands/Consumer+Products/Verizon+Communications" title="More news, photos about Verizon">Verizon</a>, <a href="http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Culture/Television/Equipment+and+Services/Comcast" title="More news, photos about Comcast">Comcast</a> and <a href="http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Organizations/Companies/Publishers,+Media,+Music/Time+Warner+Inc" title="More news, photos about Time Warner">Time Warner</a>– dominate, with around 46%. A mix of smaller players (phone, cable, satellite and fixed-wireless) make up the bala</blockquote>
<p>Leslie Cauley of USA Today wrote a great, dispassionate, layperson-friendly overview of the FCC's plans to create Net Neutrality.

</p><p>Lots of good nuggets, including the quote above. Six companies control 65% of broadband users. Not the way it should be.</p></div>