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Internet shouldn't be for sale

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Who owns the Internet? Who runs it? The answer is, nobody. It’s a complex, interconnected collection of wires and websites, each equally accessible to all, each offering something — email, information, commerce, political views — to anyone who wants to see or use them. It’s an electronic democracy, meritocracy, innovation factory. Or was. All those social goods are threatened by a federal decision last week that rejected the Federal Communications Commission’s attempt to enforce level, ...


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smith
February 1, 2014
6:15 p.m.

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You are absolutely right about this. We need a lot more outcry, and maybe ganging up on Verizon and other internet carriers. They must be making money the way it is or they wouldn't have taken up the business.

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