How the Grinches Stole ‘Net Neutrality’

The Tyee runs a story on the net neutrality issue.

One Comment

  1. Mickey Hickey says:

    The common carriers should be confined to what their name implies. Content providers then market and sell their offerings to the public without interference from the Common Carriers who would be obliged to “carry” the video, audio, text from the content provider to the end user (consumer). The common carriers have overstepped their bounds (albeit with political approval) and need to be confined to their core function before the whole net is corrupted to the point of uselessness.