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Why the Land Line Is About to Die

photo of Reena Flores
February 5, 2014

National Journal Tech Reporter Brendan Sasso explains how companies like AT&T are teaming up with federal agencies to kill your phone line.

This video appears as part of the National Journal Live event, "Dialing In On the IP Transition."

Footage from: AT&T, Vonage, Skype, LifeAlert, and the Prelinger Archive.

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