|Re: What is Net Neutrality all About?|
16 Jun 2006 11:41:58 -0700
Tim Scott wrote:|
> I agree most heartily with your comments. Internet gatekeepers are a sketchy
Very good point. I don't know the answer.
For the first question, "regulated vs. unregulated" I do believe in
The second question, "who regulates the regulators" is a lot tougher.
I'll note one mistake: government pressure on the Bell System in the
> Your comments on "mob rule" were straight on the point, sir.
*I think Bell's TWX unfairly hurt WU's own Telex, and WU was forced to
**Railroads did much better under deregulation, but new problems of
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: People often times praise two long-
I can't comment on those people or organization.
However, the first issue is whether there is to be a "gatekeeper" at
Presuming there will be gatekeeper, then the "gate" itself has to be
Too little regulation is worthless. Too much regulation is stifling.
One would think this would be an objective engineering decision but
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