And so the current advance of the traffic light basically only continues the alarmingly unambitious digital policy of previous federal governments. In this country, digitization is at best managed and not designed offensively. A departure that would really advance Germany as a digital nation would look different. In this respect, Mr. Wissing, go over the books again and do more before the Bundestag is supposed to decide on the cabinet proposal. Because the law includes a broadband requirement of at least 100 megabits.
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