Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Net Neutrality Furor has a useful summary of the furor from the left and the right over the FCC's recent decision on "net neutrality." That is the idea that internet service providers must not show preferences to certain websites by degrading or sling down other websites. Some critics are angry that the FCC passed a ruling of this sort at all. Other critics of the ruling say it didn't go far enough to protect internet competition and the rights of consumers.

See Joe Mullin, "FCC Pushes Through Net Neutrality—And Draws Fire From Right And Left,", December 21, 2010.

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