Ellis, Leslie
April 2006
CED;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the network neutrality-diversity debate in the telecommunication industry in the U.S. The House of Energy and Commerce Committee is considering a bill that will allow telephone companies national video franchises. The network neutrality issue has arisen because of the success of broadband communication. The neutrality side believes that all companies are created equal. The diversity side believes that some companies need special attention.


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