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netneutrality

Scott Karp over at Publishing 2.0 has a post in which he questions the somewhat gushing tone of an op-ed piece in the New York Times over the weekend about net neutrality. Scott says that his problem with the piece is that the great promise of a democratic Web is an illusion. The problem with…

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Continuing the theme of "network neutrality," voice-over-Internet provider Vonage has raised the spectre of a "tiered" approach to the Internet in Canada in a filing with the Canadian broadcast regulator - the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission or CRTC, the agency whose name is almost as long as some of its meetings. According to a…

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Telecoms and the toll-road gambit

by Mathew on February 2, 2006

I wasn't sure whether to write anything about the "network neutrality" issue, in part because my friend Rob Hyndman has done such a good job of covering the subject - particularly an overview of the current state of affairs in his latest post - but as usual I couldn't resist :-) Verizon has reportedly filed…
I don't know telecom analyst Bruce Kushnick, but I'm definitely interested in the subject of a new book he has written (and is selling himself using the Internet). In a nutshell, the topic of his book is a scam that the major U.S. telecoms pulled on the American government -- and the American people --…

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