An open Internet: how new regulations hurt both sides of the debate

February 18, 2015

Later this month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to vote on new open Internet rules, bringing the decade-long debate over network neutrality and the future of the Internet to a key turning point. Although the FCC’s proposal is intended to protect content providers, such as Netflix NFLX 0.78% , against potential anticompetitive actions of Internet Service Providers, such as Comcast, a closer look reveals that it creates risks for both sides.

Read more at: http://fortune.com/2015/02/18/an-open-internet-how-new-regulations-hurt-both-sides-of-the-debate/


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