Wyden Warns Of Market Domination

“Unless there is a clear policy preserving the neutrality of the Internet, and without tough sanctions against those who would discriminate online, in my view the Internet would be changed forever — for the worst,” he warned during a Senate floor speech.

Wyden and other critics worry that the measure’s so-called network neutrality provisions are too weak to prevent broadband operators from controlling the content transmitted over their high-speed wires. Those provisions are intended to prevent operators from potentially acting as Internet gatekeepers.

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