Friday, September 7, 2007

Justice Department Opposes Net Neutrality

The Department of Justice has told the FCC that DOJ opposes net neutrality, the AP reports.

Net neutrality is the principle that all servers should be allowed to connect to the Internet on an equal basis with regard to quality and speed, and is generally the norm today. Proponents say this makes it easier for small start ups to compete with established Internet sites. Telcos and cable cos. oppose the principle, and want to be able to charge more for faster connections.

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