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Broadband Prioritzation Not Such A Terrible Idea, Georgetown University Panelists Say

 June 18, 2014

Paid prioritization may not be such a bad idea – in fact, the notion that the entire internet needs to be treated equally is misleading, said panelists at a June 10 symposium on internet regulation.



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