Internet services: use public money to help everyone benefit: "Under the PAWS project we showed that it was perfectly feasible to share existing fixed broadband infrastructure such as home routers using ADSL or cable for internet access, via Wi-Fi. Re-using the existing, expensive hardware and infrastructure – the telephone network, exchanges, cables, and routers – is one way to reduce the cost of adding users to the network.
By providing priority access for the primary users over subsequently added, secondary users the costs of are spread without unduly affecting any users, while potentially making more efficient use of the networks when primary users are idle (for example, when at work and not using their home internet connections)." 'via Blog this'
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