""It's either a disaster for the open Internet, or it will be struck down in court," Stanford Professor Barbara van Schewick said. She warned that any rules that don't clearly ban paid prioritization will create uncertainty in the market and hurt startups. And the chairman's plan, which is based on a proposal from Mozilla, relies on legal gymnastics that probably won't survive any court challenges, she said." Read more » about Hybrid Net Neutrality Makes No One Happy
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