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Posted at 1:07 PM ET, 12/21/2010
It's no surprise that those who have always opposed net neutrality weren't pleased with today's FCC order instituting it —one expects no less—but the sheer vehemence of the objections was still surprising.
We’ve already covered the FCC Net Neutrality vote earlier today, but something new has come to light.
After this week's passage of an open Internet rule at the Federal Communication Commission, some of the Web's pundits had a tough time deciding whether the agency is more stupid than it is corrupt, or more corrupt than it is stupid.
Dan Gillmor’s not impressed by the FCC’s pusillanimity.
The FCC passed net neutrality regulation Tuesday.
How we got here
By Ben Rooney AFP/Getty Images Louette: time had come to revisit two of the principles of the internet
ISPs attacks agasint Net Neutrality
Today, European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, met 1 with the CEOs of corporations acting towards more control over internet communications, to discuss the future of Internet policy. After misleadingly pretending there is no problem with operators restricting Net neutrality, and her choice not to protect freedom of information online… will Mrs. Kroes let dominant actors alter Internet's architecture?