Neutrality Rules Would Clog the Pipe

Tauke, Tom
July 2006
Multichannel News;7/17/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 28, p67
In this article the author reflects on the issue of net neutrality. He argues that the government's hands-off approach to the Internet has been enormously successful. He cites the factors that make some of the big companies push the government in the middle of the Internet market. He asserts that in the midst of this emerging marketplace, imposing regulations is not a policy approach that the government should be taking.


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