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Congresswoman Writes On Broadband, Net Neutrality

February 6th, 2011 02:52 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader writes “Anna G. Eshoo, a California Democrat representing parts of Silicon Valley has written an opt-ed defending net neutrality and pushing the administration to take more steps to speed up U.S. broadband. From the article: ‘A climate of openness and innovation has been the hallmark of the Internet. A decade ago, it’s what allowed a startup named Google to compete with better-funded, less technologically advanced competitors. Today, Congress has the responsibility to preserve this climate for the next Google, and for the consumers and the economy that will benefit from its success.’”

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