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FCC internet access rules

On Dec 22, 2010, at 7:58 PM, dan-dChtYZcB954 at wrote:
> Option A: You get common carrier protection and
> in exchange for that you carry all bits alike.

This is actually a bad way to think about it, because most common carriers have pricing metered by quantity and tiered by priority.  Hint: FedEx and UPS are common carriers.

--Rich P.

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