Monthly Archives: May 2007

Mike Lerley: Greed powers foes of ‘net neutrality’

Mike Lerley, BDN Staff, Bangor Daily News It’s all about the money. How many times have we heard that? Unfortunately, in the case of the “net neutrality” debate, it’s this timeless concept that is driving opposition to LD 1675. A common misconception is that “net...
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Tech Leaders Tell Congress: Net Neutrality Fuels Innovation

Save The Internet, Mediachannel.org Chad Hurley, chief executive and co-founder of YouTube, went to Washington this week to testify on behalf of an open Internet. Hurley told members of the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet that a non-discriminatory Internet was the key to...
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Internet Expert Warns Net Regulation Would Stymie Future Internet Video

Scott Cleland, Chairman of NetCompetition.org, urges Congress to continue to promote free-market policies to build the next generation Internet Today, the Chairman of NetCompetition.org, Scott Cleland, urged the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet to continue to promote free-market policies designed to expand high-speed...
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