Should Congress Overturn the Net Neutrality Rules?

By Ray Pinard | May 21, 2013

An interesting article from the Wall Street Journal

This is an old fight in a new ring. It’s about whether regulators or Internet service providers should be trusted to manage the Web.

In December 2010, the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve a framework for rules enforcing “net neutrality,” in effect saying that Internet service providers must treat all Internet traffic equally, and that they can’t deliberately block or slow traffic depending on the company that created it or where the traffic is going.

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