Telecom reform bill

Once again, another article has come out about the Internet, ownership, regulation, and pay for use. In this article by InfoWorld, some of the scenarios of the telecom reform bill are covered, including the possibility of ISPs slowing down access to certain sites and content. More info can be found here at ITworld and this article at National Journal’s Insider Update. This is garnering a lot of attention (as it should) as more and more diverse interests begin to weigh in. And the outcome will be important - to education, commerce, and everything in between.

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