Editorial: Access and the Internet – Net Neutrality

On the Internet today, a Web site run by a solo blogger can load as quickly as any corporate home page. Internet service providers, including leading cable and phone companies, want to be able to change that so they can give priority to businesses that pay, or make deals with, them.A good bill that would guarantee so-called net neutrality has been introduced in the House. Congress should pass it, and the Obama administration should use its considerable power to make net neutrality the law.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/29/opinion/29sat3.htmlAlso see:We can’t be neutral on net neutrality
The new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, didn’t pussyfoot around last week when he was asked to explain the Obama administration’s stance on net neutrality.”One thing I would say so that there is no confusion out there is that this FCC will support net neutrality and will enforce any violation of net neutrality principles,” he declared.

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