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This is why the government should never control the internet

Tomorrow is the deadline for the public to comment on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) attempt to regulate the Internet under the seemingly innocuous moniker of “net neutrality.” The architect of this movement, and the man who coined the term “net neutrality,” is Columbia law professor Tim Wu. Unfortunately, he has proved to be immensely influential among regulators.

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thorstein1250d ago

This is written by the d-bag that was part of the FCC that
1) allowed punishment for free speech? (ie swearing heard in songs on the radio could result in a hefty fine for the DJ thus eliminating freedom of expression.)

2) allowed corporations to have a media monopoly

3) now wants to end net neutrality continuing their "if it's fixed, let's break it" policy.

Sorry Robert McDowell, you are an enemy of freedom and an enemy of the people who employ you, Coward.