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Thursday, June 22, 2006
Tim Berner’s Lee sees Net neutrality like this:
If I pay to connect to the Net with a certain quality of service, and you pay to connect with that or greater quality of service, then we can communicate at that level. That's all. Its up to the ISPs to make sure they interoperate so that that happens.
Plain, direct and simple. Lessig says that recent events form the real basis for being concerned about the games the network owners would play if free to play games. Some of what Lessig points to as telco machinations actually make scary reading. The telco’s are definitely pushing lock-ins through not so straight means and most of the occasions package deals are forced plans – so it is quite important that in this increasingly convergent age, net neutrality is maintained in a steadfast way.This is important for the the internet to keep growing, innovating and adding more value to business and society.
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