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FCC internet access rules

On Dec 23, 2010, at 10:33 AM, Gordon Marx wrote:
> This is a false analogy. FedEx and UPS have to do something
> fundamentally different to get a package across the country overnight
> vs. in 4-5 business days.

Point taken.  Just saying that common/telecommunications carrier status and network neutrality are orthogonal.  In fact, ISPs do not want common carrier status.  The rely on the protections of the CDA and the DMCA rather than the Communications Act.  Put another way, they've already chosen "b".

--Rich P.

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