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BLOG: Why even ISPs will regret the end of net neutrality

Fredric Paul | Jan. 17, 2014
A U.S. appeals court struck down the FCC's net neutrality rules. Here's why we're all going to pay the price.

Be careful what you wish for...
These effects won't happen overnight. And they're likely to be gradual and incremental, so we may not notice them right away. But the potential for real and lasting damage to the internet economy can't be ignored.

So Verizon, which brought the suit that led to this Appeals Court decision, and all the other carriers and ISPs hoping for the death of net neutrality should be careful what they wish for. They just might get it.

Source: Network World


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