Contradicting earlier studies, conventional wisdom, and politicians' rhetoric, European researchers say that the internet infrastructure of the United States is one of the world's best and getting better, the New York Times reports. The Global Information Technology Report, issued on April 9, found that the United States now ranked fourth in the world behind just three European nations: Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland. Last year, the United States was ranked seventh. The study, which has been issued annually for the last seven years, is an effort to draw a more complete picture of national network readiness.

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