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June 28, 2006
Tim B-L on Net Neutrality
Tim Berners-Lee has an extensive blog entry (with Real video) about the importance of Net neutrality. One of the things I like about his blog entry is that it contains a simple formulation of what's wrong with Net bias. EFF and others have been making esoteric arguments about what might happen, or what-if favoritism scenarios in the world of Net bias. What Tim B-L says, that bears repeating until the Congresscritters get it.
Net Neutrality means that if I pay for a certain level of service and you pay for a certain level of service, then we get to communicate with each other at that level.
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