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The Case for Net Neutrality

What's Wrong With Obama's Internet Policy

Author: Marvin Ammori
July/August 2014
Foreign Affairs

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For all the withering criticism leveled at the White House for its botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, that debacle is not the biggest technology-related failure of Barack Obama's presidency. That inauspicious distinction belongs to his administration's incompetence in another area: reneging on Obama's signature pledge to ensure "net neutrality," the straightforward but powerful idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all traffic that goes through their networks the same.

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