Net neutrality rules: Why they kill Silicon Valley's startup culture

March 19, 2015

A new, more skeptical perspective has begun to emerge over the future of the Internet. For decades, Silicon Valley’s high-tech community, which included the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and John Perry Barlow, tended to distance itself from Washington DC regulators. This was largely driven by their deeply embedded libertarian ethos – not political libertarianism, but rather a version that kept big businesses and big government from interfering.

Read more at: http://fortune.com/2015/03/18/net-neutrality-rules-why-it-kills-silicon-valleys-startup-culture/


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