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linuxmop writes: Almost one third of households in the U.S. lack Internet access and are not planning to get it, according to a recent survey. The interesting part? It's largely not because they can't get it in their area (3%) or because they can't afford it (22%), but because they're just not interested (44%). Maybe America isn't lagging in broadband for the reasons we thought?