Wednesday, May 14, 2014
The Perfect and the Good on Network Neutrality
Technology | Academics | Policy - The Perfect and the Good on Network Neutrality: "How to defend and implement network neutrality is not as simple as banning all forms of paid prioritization. After all, the FCC's old rule left the door open to such service offerings, and even the reclassified Title II framework traditionally allowed different levels of service as long as they were offered to all comers. What really matters is ensuring that the broadband environment continues to provide space for tomorrow's innovators to develop new, disruptive offerings. When the FCC releases the proposed rules for comment, we should all focus on that criterion to evaluate whether they are sufficient and effective" 'via Blog this'