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January 20, 2007



I work on net neutrality issues and wholly agree with Farber and Katz's assertion that "Unfortunately, congressional initiatives aimed at preserving the best of the old Internet threaten to stifle the emergence of the new one." Potential Congressional regulation is the biggest threat to the continued development of new technologies. If anything, Congress should be focusing on the expansion of broadband, not on creating a poor solution to a problem that doesn't even exist.

Bosco Brand

I wholeheartedly agree with HandsOff. The way the entire issue is being handled is risking the setting of a dangerous precedent that will damage the expansion and development of broadband technology.


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