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Monday, November 21, 2005
Take arms against the Cable Monopoly Monster? It's true, the new group making the most noise for change may be a creation of a couple of phone companies trying to up their own market share. Still, that might be a good thing, Jeff Gelles suggests in Consumer Watch today, since greater competition might mean lower prices for cable TV and and better broadband Internet access. For a taste of the campaign, see mycablenightmare.com.