Net neutrality = hot button.
Basic concept = all traffic equal.
FCC vote a = thumbs down on blocking or discrimination by broadband providers.
FCC vote b = exemptions for mobile broadband and managed services.
People pleased with outcome = 0
Net Neutrality ought to be a simple concept: all digital traffic is treated equally. Heck, it shouldn’t even need to be regulated!
I wish the FCC had stopped at page 2 [instead of the 192 pages (pdf)]. Stop making mush with various factions. Stop justifying what should be simple, clear, and fair. Take a stand and lead. more> http://tinyurl.com/3az8uyp
- FCC: ISPs can’t use First Amendment as shield from net neutrality
- Conservative tech policy goal: ramp up IP enforcement, Nate Anderson, ars technica http://tinyurl.com/6apkspe
- Former Top AT&T Lobbyist Now Chief Of Staff, Karl Bode, DSLReports.com http://tinyurl.com/4faws25
- Net Neutrality Gets Worked Over at CES, Kevin Fogarty, PCWorld http://tinyurl.com/4settf9
- Net Neutrality 2011: What Storms May Come, Kenneth Corbin, InternetNews.com http://tinyurl.com/3ay9ehp
- House Republicans move to block net neutrality, Geoff Duncan, Digital Trends http://tinyurl.com/29uh53t
- Net neutrality fight far from over, Larry Downes, CNET http://tinyurl.com/266qpff