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September 1, 2014 at 7:06 AM

Net neutrality, FCC: The Internet is already open

It’s great that so many are interested in preserving and nurturing the Internet; unfortunately, much of the discussion is misguided. The Seattle Times’ editorial [“Innovation would be stifled under FCC’s plans,” Opinion, Aug 19] is one example of well-intentioned, but misguided. The Federal Communications Commission did not propose a “two-tiered” Internet, and has said there…

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Comments | Topics: broadband, Federal Communications Commission, net neutrality

February 2, 2014 at 6:25 PM

Net neutrality: U.S. a leader for the ‘open Internet’

Your editorial on the recent net neutrality decision [“FCC must protect Internet users, net neutrality,” Opinion, Jan. 15] misses a few important points. First, by most measures, the U.S. is a world leader in broadband. We have the most affordable entry-level pricing; are one of only two countries with three competing broadband technologies; and…

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Comments | More in Internet | Topics: broadband, FCC, Internet

August 16, 2013 at 6:58 AM

Regulating the Internet: Google and net neutrality

Google was right to reject network-neutrality rules Hopefully Google’s rejection of network-neutrality rules will lead policymakers to rethink other regulatory excesses that put America’s Internet at risk. [“Google accused of betraying net-neutral roots,” Business, Aug. 5.] The biggest danger is the fringe idea of replacing America’s existing open-competition system with the type of “forced access” currently…

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Comments | More in Politics | Topics: broadband, federal, Google