Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Pic>1kword: NY Times Front Page I'd like to see
Check out High Speed Internet Hits Fast Track to Appalachia which begins:
WASHINGTON — The Internet Freedom Preservation Act has passed both houses of Congress, thanks in part to overwhelming and well-organized support of millions of Internet users. The act will ensure “net neutrality” — i.e., that all users have equal access to the Internet and that large corporations like Time Warner, AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon can no longer act as gatekeepers, determining which sites go fast and which slow.[source] Hat tip to Tim Karr!
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