No One's Neutral When Bill Conies

Effros, Steve
October 2006
Multichannel News;10/9/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 40, p27
The author reflects on the implications of network neutrality in the U.S. He pointed out that Internet development and distribution being freed from government regulation contributed broadband high-speed access to the Internet. He stressed out who will be responsible in paying for building more lanes on the information superhighway. He suggested that the neutrality rules should be clear in its rules by requiring that only the user specifically the residential customer would pay the whole bill.


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