A case against net neutrality. Markets work.

As it happens, we don’t have to speculate about the answer, because extensive data show that Americans have achieved access to the two most important new technologies of our time, personal computers and the Internet, without “build-out” rules. The data detail a fascinating story of how these technologies spread across America’s regions and income groups. When a valuable new technology is first introduced, the early adopters take it up quickly. And when the technology proves to be broadly valuable and widely desired, competing providers quickly enter the market.

How to squelch growth of the high-speed Net, from C|Net.  Add to and learn more about “Net Neutrality” at the Whats New Media Wiki.


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