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Old 04-26-2014, 11:40 AM   #1
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LXer: The FCC’s “fast lane” rule is awful for the Internet—just ask the FCC

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The proposal would formalize pay-for-play arrangements in which streaming video companies and other types of Web services pay Internet service providers for a faster path to consumers over the "last mile" of the network...... What are the consequences of this decision? Let's ask the 2010 version of the FCC, led by previous commissioner Julius Genachowski. Here are some relevant quotes from the Open Internet Order.



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