VoIP Provider's Collapse Raises Questions About Regulation

Although SunRocket was tiny by the standards of the telecommunications industry, it has ensured itself a place in the history of the digital era by being the first significant Internet telephone provider to go out of business. Its collapse raises questions about what responsibility such companies have to their customers -- and about how they should be regulated, given how essential many people consider phone service to be.

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