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October 30, 2009


Ed Bradford

Net neutrality enforced by the government is likely to produce unintended consequences. Granting government more control of the Internet is a monumentally bad idea. Almost no government agencies shrink and government control almost always grows. It took the ICC almost 100 years to reverse the growth of control over the railroads and to actually remove regulations.

By supporting net neutrality as enforced by the government, you are saying you want a political beast that depends on campaign contributions from Google and Microsoft to have a say in how your Internet is run.

While the concept of net neutrality is good, the implementation by the government is a horrible idea. Gather the industry up and cause it to happen without (corrupt) government involvement.

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