DTNS 3071 – The Secret History of Net Neutrality

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One thought on “DTNS 3071 – The Secret History of Net Neutrality

  1. Great show!!! Your explanation was timely, factual and easy to understand. As to the Net Neutrality topic, I had already sent a comment on the FCC website and actually sent copies to my Congressman and Senators to try and develop legislation to provide stability to this issue. However, I would like to see even further regulations for the last mile to the home, paid by the government, probably local so you could have real competition by allowing ISP connectivity to a regional location for distribution to the last mile. I’m thinking we use the old POTS switching buildings that provided the same service for telephones, I would suspect they’re probably only using a third of their capacity in those building right now anyway.

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