Saturday, November 08, 2014
Does the FCC really not get it about the Internet?
Does the FCC really not get it about the Internet? - The Washington Post: "But when you use the Internet, do you have a conversation with your access network? It makes sense to frame my interactions with Amazon.com, Georgetown.edu, or icann.org as conversations, but no one besides the access networks themselves believes the access networks are part of these conversations. The access networks simply provide what the telecommunications act defines as a telecommunications service, which is one good reason why the FCC should reclassify broadband Internet access service as a telecommunications service." 'via Blog this'
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