July 19, 2010

Thousands Call for FCC Broadband Reclassification - PCWorld Business Center

Net neutrality is a high sounding concept, but the FCC's proposal to move broadband services under common carrier regulation, similar to plain old landline telephone service, is far too heavy-handed. The FCC may promise 'forbearance,' i.e., selectively choosing which elements of the service regulation to enforce, but that approach provides them far too much discretion.

At this early point in its evolution
the internet and broadband services are working just fine and the status quo, no regulation, suits me better than any managed regulatory scheme the FCC may impose.

I don't believe the Internet is threatened by corporate interests. It provides me with what I want. Leave it be.
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