The overall structure of the internet will successfully handle year 2000 dates, but the Web community has so many members that local Y2K failures may occur, internet experts and government officials say.
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Millions of Americans miss the benefits of the emerging digital economy because federal regulations are delaying enhancements to the Internet's infrastructure, says a coalition of telecommunications, technology, and public interest groups favoring high-speed access.
Internet backbone builders can't add high-speed access points fast enough, says the report, released Tuesday by iAdvance. The group's founding members include Bell Atlantic, Gateway, and SBC Communications.