Difference between revisions of "Leave net neutrality alone"

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|quote=In the face of the obvious anti-competitive behavior that ending net neutrality could unleash, proponents of this idea counter, incredibly, that this is merely a free-market approach. That's a deceit. As internet users in upstate New York well know, ISPs are virtual monopolies in most markets. And as we're seeing with the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner, the impetus is toward even more consolidation and less competition.
|quote=In the face of the obvious anti-competitive behavior that ending net neutrality could unleash, proponents of this idea counter, incredibly, that this is merely a free-market approach. That's a deceit. As internet users in upstate New York well know, ISPs are virtual monopolies in most markets. And as we're seeing with the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner, the impetus is toward even more consolidation and less competition.
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Latest revision as of 15:23, December 25, 2017

This is an opinion item.

Author(s) Times Union editorial board
Source Times Union
Date November 21, 2017
URL http://www.timesunion.com/opinion/article/Editorial-Leave-net-neutrality-alone-12375484.php
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Quotes-start.png In the face of the obvious anti-competitive behavior that ending net neutrality could unleash, proponents of this idea counter, incredibly, that this is merely a free-market approach. That's a deceit. As internet users in upstate New York well know, ISPs are virtual monopolies in most markets. And as we're seeing with the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner, the impetus is toward even more consolidation and less competition. Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Net neutrality should be repealed on the topic Net neutrality in the United States.