The tech antitrust problem no one is talking about | Ars Technica

The Institute for Local Self-Reliance, which promotes community broadband projects, recently estimated from Federal Communications Commission data that some 80 million Americans can only get high-speed broadband service from one provider.

This is not ok. It is laughable to proclaim that there is plenty of broadband competition, when 10's of millions only have a single option for service.