The problem with net neutrality

A clear explanation of the Net Neutrality decision last week and why the free market doesn’t demand it. I don’t necessarily agree with the conclusions, but not because their argument is wrong, they make a good case, but because in reality, it’s monopolies all the way down

There needs to be more competition in the broadband market before I’d be comfortable with “everyone set any price you’d like,” because my choices are Time-Warner Cable or crap speeds on DSL/satellite. We can talk about free market solutions when I see some fiber being laid down by Google or Verizon and there’s a possibility of a free market.

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