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David Weinberger

Beyond Net neutrality

By David Weinberger
February 23, 2008

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WHEN the Federal Communications Commission meets on Monday at Harvard University to investigate Comcast's alleged blocking of particular types of Internet traffic, supporters of an open Internet will be out in force arguing for Net neutrality. Good. Net neutrality is vital. However, we must not let ourselves be distracted from the bigger issue: the struggle to preserve the open Net ... (Full article: 733 words)

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