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Solving Net Neutrality: Regulation, Antitrust, Or More Competition

BY | March 29, 2012

Gerald Faulhaber, Mar 29, 2012 Since net neutrality first appeared in policy debates, its meaning has been less than crystal clear. Some advocates have argued that net neutrality demands that…

Gerald Faulhaber, Mar 29, 2012

Since net neutrality first appeared in policy debates, its meaning has been less than crystal clear. Some advocates have argued that net neutrality demands that broadband internet service providers (“ISPs”) treat all bits equally: “a bit is a bit is a bit,” while others make exceptions for malware bits, spam bits, child porn bits, etc. Some advocates have argued that net neutrality must apply not only to wired broadband ISPs (cable, DSL, and

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