September 29, 2009 "Net neutrality" or an "open Internet" refers to whether government should forbid broadband companies from prioritizing Internet traffic because it potentially limits consumers' access to the content or applications of their choice. But taking freedoms away from some takes freedoms away from all.
June 21, 2006 Congress is in the midst of debating whether online-service providers can favor certain Web sites or services. Commentator Scott Cleland says the best way to combat this is by keeping the Internet free and open to competition.
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