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The Open Internet & the Freedom of Speech

What is a Gigabyte worth?

Internet Serivce Providers like ATT and COMCAST should stay the hell out of deciding if Gigabytes originating from Hulu servers or servers from their financial partners are worth more or less. Let them charge us for BANDWIDTH. I don't want some greedy corporate executive looking to maximize profits deciding that I need to pay more for one Gigabyte over another. They are the same. Once Internet Service Providers get this... more »

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The Open Internet & the Freedom of Speech

Net Neutrality IS NOT a Neutral Net

There are many good ideas that are being brought forth here. Though I have my doubts as to the willingness of FCC officials to actually listen to a customer that they don't have to listen to. Who hires and runs the FCC? Who appoints FCC officials? What stake do they have in making and administering rules that govern communication and/or private sector businesses that provide communications tools? They do their master's... more »

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The Open Internet & Public Engagement

The utopia of net neutrality is an impossible goal to obtain.

Net neutrality is a perfect situation which will not be achievable. Sorry but there is no utopian ideal solution. The internet is like a lot of roadways and you have to allow authorities like the FCC and internet service providers to perform throttling, limits on total bandwidth use and modifications based upon access and ability to pay for excessive speeds so that the net can conduct its business reliably for the most... more »

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