Archive for May, 2010

Another Perspective on Net Neutrality

Yet another insight and opinion on Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality Is Pro-Business

More on Net Neutrality – The other side

After my last post on Net Neutrality, I received some feedback from one of my friends who is in governmental affairs for a major service provider. He pointed me to some very thoughtful articles on the subject and I wanted to share them with you.

FCC’s Republicans: New broadband rules would ruin credibility, have global impact

FCC Web Rules Create Pushback

What Does the FCC’s Proposal Mean and Who Wins?

CTIA-The Wireless Association® Responds to FCC Chairman’s Statement on Net Neutrality

Boehner to FCC: Keep the Government’s Hands Off the Internet

HATCH BLASTS FCC DECISION TO ABUSE EXISTING REGULATIONS TO STIFLE INTERNET INNOVATION

Net Neutrality: A Tax on the Internet

Proponents of net neutrality had better think again

Thanks Chris for your input. I encourage everyone to look at both sides of the argument and look forward to hearing your feedback.

-Andy

Net Neutrality – What it means

The Net Neutrality discussion is getting hotter. The following short article from PriceWaterhouseCoopers gives an overview to the discussion and conflict between the likes of Google and AT&T. It truly is a battle of the giants!

https://communicationsdirectnews.com/do.php/130/40076?5923

How do you feel about this?

-Andy

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