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Network Neutrality & Antitrust

Kevin Coates, Mar 30, 2012

The concern underlying the network neutrality debate is that owners of consumer broadband data networks-initially wired networks, but now also wireless networks-might discriminate against, or between, particular types of content or particular content providers.

The debate is often confused by proponents and opponents of network neutrality talking about rather different things.

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