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And don't miss Shira Ovide on the fiction of net neutrality: "Those who have fought for net neutrality rules have held up the basic principle that no one should have an unfair advantage online. Giants like Amazon and the suburban dad inventing a new toy should have the same path to reach us electronically. The idea is Amazon can't pay Comcast Corp. to make sure Americans' web browsers speedily arrive at its toy section, while Comcast sticks the dad in a slow lane.
"But like most high-minded principles, the ideals of net neutrality aren't reality. No matter what the FCC does, America's internet is not an equal place and it's only going to become less fair."
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