Originally posted on Kauilapele's Blog:
“…ISPs will now be prohibited from giving preferential treatment to content producers, an arrangement that net neutrality proponents feared would allow for internet “fast lanes,” in which companies could pay to have their products delivered more quickly to US consumers.
“A court battle is expected. Other ISPs, such as Comcast, could join or sue the government separately. “It is a defining moment, but it will be redefined by the courts, Congress and other entities including the marketplace going forward,” Gary Arlen, a research analyst, told USA Today.
“Rosenworcel’s remarks were brief. “We cannot have a two-tiered internet with fast lanes that speed the privileged and leave the rest of us lagging behind. We cannot have gatekeepers who tell us what we can and cannot do and where we can…
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