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Friday, June 9, 2006

Net Neutrality--How Competition Policy Handles It
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As the net neutrality debate hits a fever pitch of hysteria and cataclysm, it is nice to return to a competition policy model for policing the issue. With a strong nod to Jim Speta, here is a sound, well conceived, thoughtful and ingenious way to deal with it.

posted by Ray Gifford @ 1:17 AM | Regulatory Framework

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