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Chocolate, wine, coffee -- these are just some of the foods we'll lose due to climate change; an American expat living in France explains why "Americans are suckers who have themselves to blame for crappy broadband"; meanwhile, a town in Alaska may become the first place in the U.S. to tax churches. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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It's a bird? It's a plane? No, it's super Wi-Fi! The FCC has finally approved a proposal to open the unused space between broadcast television channels -- dubbed “white space” -- for high-speed wireless broadband or, in more campy terms, super Wi-Fi.

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The FCC has reignited the battle for net neutrality after it requested public comment on three different plans for broadband Internet regulation. The new plans were introduced after a court ruling knocked down FCC measures to oversee Internet service providers.

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FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has announced that the agency will work to reclassify broadband Internet as a telecommunication service, like the telephone, effectively allowing the agency to oversee Internet transmission.

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Congress asked the FCC to develop a national broadband plan, and the agency is running with it. Among the FCC's just announced long-term goals: for every American to have access to affordable broadband, for at least 100 million Americans to have access to 100-mbps download speeds and for the U.S. to have the broadest and fastest wireless networks in the world.

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