Thursday, May 11, 2006

Net Neutrality

This Was Brought To My Attention By Reader Jason Wright.

I received an email from a man named Jason Wright. Mr. Wright is the president of The Institute For Liberty. "A non-profit corporation who's mission is to engage in public policy debates as they erupt". From their website. Anyway, he sent me this link about how the group is trying to get the government to regulate the internet. It's a rather interesting piece. You should go and check it out. Think about it. A internet that's not really free and open anymore. Doesn't sound all that good to me.
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Anonymous said...

You can't regulate the internet, except through the methods used in China - where you simply exclude entire websites and make sure that google won't come up with results for certain words.