Net Neutrality as Seen by Google and Verizon

In the last week there has been a lot of speculation over a deal Google and Verizon were working on regarding net neutrality. First covered by New York Times, refuted in part by Google and Verizon, and later presented as a policy document from Google and Verizon, quite a lot of chatter has been going on all over the web.

In the last 24 to 48 hours, I have seen many Twitter shots, snarky blog posts, and general incredulity over the Google/Verizon proposal. Not nearly as many people appear to have read the full proposal as are commenting, however. On top of that, there is some confusion about what net neutrality means as a concept versus what it means as adopted by the FCC in the United States.

Read more via Adrian A. Roselli.


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