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Article about the future of the Internet (and Gov't regulation thereof)

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  • Article about the future of the Internet (and Gov't regulation thereof)

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13808101/wid/11915829/

    There's a lot here to discuss, folks.

    I don't like the idea of the government getting involved AT ALL, though I suppose the politicos were just itching to get their fingers in the pie somehow. I guess it was inevitable.

    Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...



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    Re: Article about the future of the Internet (and Gov't regulation thereof)

    I have mixed feelings about this issue. I know that the free market generally works itself out and I like the idea of hastening the roll out of fiber to the household level. On the other hand, I don't trust the telecom industry to act in the consumer's best interest and I expect the government to keep an eye on them although not impose legislation unnecessarily. Unfortunately few of our lawmakers are up to the task (see the "series of tubes" comment).

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      Re: Article about the future of the Internet (and Gov't regulation thereof)

      As long as they don't mess with our Mice Chat and don't take any of my personal information, then I am cool.

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