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January 18, 2006

Network Neutrality

Free Press : Press Release
From the report:
"Congress should enact tough new laws prohibiting cable and telephone companies from blocking consumer access to content and services on the Internet, bilking both consumers and Internet-based companies," said Jeannine Kenney, senior policy analyst at Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine. "If they don't, these big companies will use their market power to line their pockets by discriminating against competitors in favor of their own content and service offerings."

I completely agree.

Hopefully, if Congress doesn't do something, the marketplace will.

Here is an idea: http://www.freepress.net/news/13403

Posted by vanevery at 02:28 PM

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