Net neutrality: The innovation issue

I'll confess. I haven't been thinking much about
Stephen Baker

I'll confess. I haven't been thinking much about "net neutrality" since editing a story about it in February. But I was talking about it with Mary Hodder last week. She raised the specter of the Internet turning into realm of big-money high-speed insiders, led by the networks and Hollywood studios, with the rest of us handicapped by slow, commodity-grade data speeds. The result, she said, would be that the Internet could turn into cable TV.

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