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Audio Blog: U.S. Secretary of Commerce at CES

LAS VEGAS - Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez joined me for an audio blog today. Some criticize the US for falling behind on broadband deployment. In response, Gutierrez said, the number of high speed Internet users in the country is high and growing. "we are moving fast so we can stay ahead. We know that the world is becoming more and more competitive. Everywhere I look I see innovation that started in the US. We can't assume that the past will determine the future," but if free markets reign, the US should fare well, he said.

For more from Gutierrez on net neutrality, patent reform, and child protection on the Internet--and for more about his first iPod -- tune into this audio blog by clicking here.

By Yuki Noguchi  |  January 10, 2007; 6:00 AM ET  | Category:  CES 2007 , Yuki Noguchi
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