Telecommunications Policy

The Internet Is For Podcasts About Net Neutrality

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Last Friday, I recorded a podcast on net neutrality with Andrew Langer of the Institute for Liberty. It's now online. You can listen here

Read "Internet Cop," my feature on FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's net neutrality push from Reason's March issue, here

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  1. I’m skeptical having info companies being able to decide these kinds of things about the information superhighway. Imagine if markets drove regular highways: those who could pay would get an uncluttered lane and a limitless speed limit while average people would get traffic jams in a 55 mph lane. The poor would walk alongside the road, but there would probably be no hitchhiking laws.

    1. I don’t know where you live but this sounds a lot like Sleepytown.
      Those who can pay cab fare get a ride that ignores any posted speed limit. Cluttered lanes be damned.
      Those who drive their average cars create their own traffic jams as some drive like the cabbies and a few drag their asses and make it miserable for any one else.
      The poor can walk or ride the bus. Consumers choice.

  2. It shouldn’t be referred to as a podcast unless there is a link to an mp3 file available. That’s my rule for the internet.

  3. Question: Is the blog post title a parody of the song, “The Internet is for Porn”?

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