New report separates fact from fiction in the debate over Net Neutrality at the FCC
Last updated: October 1, 2009 - 8:29am
Free press aims to dispel the arguments from big phone and cable companies and opponents of Network Neutrality in a new report that exposes false claims about investment, regulation, competition and other prevalent issues. Some of the myths debunked in the report include: "Net Neutrality is a solution in search of a problem." "This will be the first time the government has regulated the Internet." "Net Neutrality rules will discourage investment." "Net Neutrality would prevent ISPs from effectively managing Web congestion from video streaming and other bandwidth-intensive activities that are clogging up the Web."
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