Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 7th Sep 2007 13:37 UTC, submitted by Adurbe
Internet & Networking The US Justice Department has said that internet service providers should be allowed to charge for priority traffic. The agency said it was opposed to 'network neutrality', the idea that all data on the net is treated equally. The comments put the agency at odds with companies such as Microsoft and Google, who have called for legislation to guarantee equal access to the net.
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Information Highway
by vasper on Sat 8th Sep 2007 13:42 UTC
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The Internet is an information Highway. Do you prioritize the traffic between cities? Why should you do that with information?

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