FTC Urges Caution On Net Neutrality Regulations

Law360, New York (June 28, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Federal Trade Commission weighed in on the contentious issue of “net neutrality” on Wednesday, warning policy makers not to rush to restrict the behavior of Internet service providers.

“The primary reason for caution is simply that we do not know what the net effects of potential conduct by broadband providers will be on all consumers, including, among other things, the prices that consumers may pay for Internet access, the quality of Internet access and other services that will be offered, and the choices of content...
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