There's a lot happening this week in the net neutrality argument. The FCC is takng another run at trying to impose some regulatory sense over the Internet -- which could be good and bad for Internet users and site providers.
There's a lot of both informed and inflamed discussion on the topic you might find interesting.
- National Journal: FCC Dems Narrowing Net Neutrality Gaps
- TechCrunch: Neutrality or bust
- OpEd News: Will Obama's FCC sell out net neutrality? (Disclosure: I was recently profiled in OpEd News)
- Detroit News: Big government comes to the Web
- Renew America: Prelude to dictatorship: next they're coming after your access to the internet
- NY Post: Crashng the FCC's 'net' plan
- Voice of America: Choosing Sides Over Net Neutrality (Disclosure: I was recently interviewed by VOA)
- The Hill: Democrats put heat on FCC commissioner on net neutrality vote
- Merc: Battle over Internet openness peaks
- WSJ: The FCC's Threat to Internet Freedom
In addition, both the UK and Venezuela (Venezuela?) are getting into the Internet regulation act this week:
- Guardian UK: Broadband firms urged to block sex websites to protect children
- WashPo: Chavez defends plan for Internet regulations
So, what do you think?
As you can see, this is a very hot issue. Stay tuned.
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