Dial-up rules for the broadband age?

By Scott Cleland – Eventually the truth comes out.

In 1999, Harvard Law Professor Larry Lessig popularized the notion of the Internet as a “commons” with “neutral” access. In 2002, his student, now Columbia Law Professor Tim Wu, coined the new term “net neutrality.”

In 2006, Free Press organized SaveTheInternet.com and redefined net neutrality as “the First Amendment of the Internet” guaranteeing freedom of speech, while simultaneously accusing ISPs of discrimination and being gatekeepers, censors, and toll-booth collectors. more> http://tinyurl.com/okwmg7b


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