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Old 01-17-2014, 11:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Losing Net Neutrality Is The Symptom, Not The Problem: Now Is The Time To Focus On Real Compet

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For nearly a decade we've been trying to point out that the entire fight over net neutrality is something of a red herring. The concept of a neutral network is quite important for innovation. I think venture capitalist Fred Wilson does an excellent job talking about how much of a problem innovators might face in the future if we actually lost net neutrality, in that it would massively benefit legacy internet players over innovators:



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