ISPs Punch Up Their Defense Against Title II
June 23, 2014
Fast-forward to 2014 and the threat has returned. Cable operators and other ISPs are practically falling over themselves promising to adhere to existing net neutrality rules—which, at present, amount to little more than being transparent about their network management practices—while finding new arguments for why Title II is a nuclear nonstarter.
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