Saturday, February 24, 2007

You can't be neutral on net neutrality

Check out this piece from today's Washington Post: opposing net neutrality has become politically costly, and the principle has earned near-universal support from Democrats.

What a remarkable achievement: Just a year ago, no one had ever heard of "net neutrality." Thanks to the media reform movement and, in particular, the Save the Internet Coalition, there is an excellent chance that the internet will remain a free marketplace of ideas.

1 comment:

A Big Fat Slob said...

Looks like you are on hiatus. Lemme know when you get active again and I'll get you back on my blogroll.