Tuesday, September 11, 2007
The Guardian comments on DOJ's NN Comments
"This is twaddle," sums it up. I almost used it alone as a Quote of Note. But the whole paragraph below is Jack-London-esque in its economy of word . . .
The Federal Communications Commission has just been advised by the US department of justice, under heavy lobbying from the operators who stand to gain from higher data charges, that a neutral net might "prevent, rather than promote" investment and innovation. This is twaddle. An open-access net has produced one of the greatest surges of innovation ever recorded and has given an opportunity for people all over the world to communicate with each other and share knowledge on equal terms. Long may it continue to be so.Link
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