C-SPAN Book TV: George Mason University Interviews, Thomas Hazlett, “The Fallacy of Net Neutrality” [Amazon]

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“There is little dispute that the Internet should continue as an open platform,” notes the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Yet, in a curious twist of logic, the agency has moved to discontinue the legal regime successfully yielding that magnificent platform. In late 2010, it imposed “network neutrality” regulations on broadband access providers, both wired and wireless.  Video available at C-SPAN’s booktv.org.  http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Fallac.  Also available with information at  http://www.booktv.org/Program/12932/George+Mason+University+Interviews+Thomas+Hazlett+The+Fallacy+of+Net+Neutrality.aspx

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