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Sunday, 28 January 2007

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I work on net neutrality issues and strongly disagree with Herman's claim that "ad hoc regulation under current statutory authority is ineffective in dissuading even grossly anticompetitive network discrimination." In the one documented case of network discrimination in the US, the FCC immediately stepped in, fined the perpetrator, and terminated the anticompetitive behavior. Our current laws are more than capable of addressing any problems related to potential violations by BSP's. Pushing so-called net neutrality as a solution for a problem that doesn't exist is not the answer.

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