NetCompetition vs. FreePress Op-Eds in Network World

March 8, 2011

Network World hosts a techdebate: “Net Neutrality: Needed or Not?” with dueling op-eds from NetCompetition and FreePress. Click here for the op-eds.

  • I argue for NetCompetition.org that: “net neutrality regulation is unnecessary, unjustified, unwarranted, unproductive, unwise, unpopular, and unlawful.”
  • FreePress’ Chris Riley argues that: Net neutrality, a founding principle of the Internet, guarantees that no ISP can dictate where you go and what you do online. Without net neutrality, AT&T, Comcast and Verizon would be free to favor Hulu, but block Netflix. Or prioritize YouTube over Vimeo.”

 

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One Response to “NetCompetition vs. FreePress Op-Eds in Network World”

  1. Hehe… what a debate huh?

    BTW, let me know when you see some competition!

    Cheers, -Steve

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