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AT&T’s Net Neutrality Doublethink

December 11th, 2009 12:49 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GMGruman writes “George Orwell would be proud of AT&T, as Bill Snyder explains in this blog post, for its new ads saying it supports Net neutrality when in fact it is working actively to scuttle proposed FCC rules that would clearly ban discriminatory practices against different types of data, such as video streaming or VoIP. It’s also trying to get government subsidies to build a substandard broadband network for the under-served areas of the US If it and its carrier partners win, ‘Internet freedom’ will mean freedom for carriers to be the 21st century’s robber barons.”

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