FCC looking into reported error throwing broadband deployment numbers off by millions

Its the FCCs official duty to promote connectivity throughout the U.S., and as part of that it issues a yearly report on improvements to broadband deployment. The latest report, however, seems to contain an error large enough to throw its numbers completely off what Chairman Ajit Pai has already claimed. His office says that they are looking into the matter.
The information comes from advocacy organization Free Press, already a thorn in this administrations side for having pointed out the highly questionable nature of economic claims used to justify the Commissions new, weaker net neutrality rules.
In a comment (PDF) filed in the upcoming 2018 Broadband Deployment Reports docket, the organization points out a single huge outlier that vastly, and incorrectly, inflates the numbers of new broadband connections in the country.

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