Net neutrality is worth preserving

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Author(s) The Globe and Mail editorial board
Source The Globe and Mail
Date November 23, 2017
Quotes-start.png In this new world, giants like Amazon, Facebook and Netflix might end having to pay broadband providers for access to eyeballs. Smaller players have no such luxury, and they're scared. E-commerce depends on speedy, stable access. Increasing costs and adding a dollop of uncertainty could end up representing death by a thousand cuts for untold numbers of existing businesses. 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This item argues against the position Net neutrality should be repealed on the topic Net neutrality in the United States.