It just gets worse...less than a week after the FCC Chairman calls for simple rules to enforce Net Neutrality, all the thieves have fallen out. Everyone thinks their view of the problem is simple and uncomplicated, and that those who understand it a different way are being intentionally confusing. No surprises here; this has been the modus operandi of the communications industry (whatever that means) and its regulators, lobbyists, and lawyers since 1974, when this fight really started. For the gory details, see http://larrydownes.com/the-net-neutrality-walk-of-shame/. Read more about The Net Neutrality Walk of Shame
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