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The New Yorker: Who Killed Net Neutrality?

Who Killed Net Neutrality?

This is the most important tech story of the week, and everybody has chosen to write about it. This just happens to be the one I’m linking to. It’s by Tim Wu on the New Yorker’s Elements blog.

1 Comment

  1. As he mentions, the answer is simple: The FCC can just declare these companies as telecommunications providers and regulate them under its existing authority.

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