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The Case Against Net Neutrality

August 11th, 2010 08:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

jeek writes “While I certainly don’t agree with it, this article tries to make the case that Net Neutrality may actually be bad for America. From the article: ‘If the government regulates net neutrality, policies for internet access are set by one entity: the FCC. However, if the government stays out, each company will set its own policies. If you don’t like the FCC’s policies, you are stuck with them unless you leave the United States. If you don’t like your internet service provider’s policies, you can simply switch to another one. So which model sounds better to you?’”

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