Debate over businesses purchasing premium Internet access speeds, which in effect could hinder independent restaurants’ ability to compete online with big chains, is frothing over and causing the Federal Communications Commission to revise its plan. Internet service providers—the big names being Comcast, AT&T and Verizon—are hoping to charge businesses premium prices to provide them with a faster tier Internet connection. Businesses that can’t afford the premium ...
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