The Fallacy of Network Neutrality
Carl Gipson, Director, Center for Small Business, October, 2008
A government policy of “Network Neutrality” would force Internet Service Providers (ISPs) such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon, to treat all content that goes across their online networks as the same. Consumer groups are pushing for a net-neutrality law that would ban ISPs from prioritizing data streams or charging more for faster Internet service. The issue is at the heart of a debate on how people share information with each other over the Internet in ways that may disproportionately consume available bandwidth.
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