Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Monday November 03, 2014

Does The FCC Really Not Get It About The Internet?

The people making decisions at the FCC have their heads so far up their ass, I don't think they can get internet in there. I think that's probably why they don't "get it." wink

The key to an open Internet is nondiscrimination and in particular, a prohibition on discrimination or prioritization based on the identity of the user (sender/receiver) or use (application/content). I explain why at length in my book, Infrastructure: The Social Value of Shared Resources (2012). Unfortunately, the rules now being considered by the FCC don’t come close to implementing this simple and important benchmark.

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