Friday, June 16, 2006

Douglas Ross's Network Neutrality Index

For those looking for a series of arguments in favor of network neutrality, blogger Douglas Ross has put together an index like mine of his postings on the subject. I've not read all of them, and have disagreed with most of the ones I have read (e.g., Ross thinks it's OK to ban QoS because it can't possibly work, even though it does work and is in use in major Internet backbones like Global Crossing's; we had an extended exchange in response to my list of Phoenix-area broadband options).

So check out his writings, and think critically. If you think he's got some good arguments for imposing net neutrality regulations, let me know.

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