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Can the F.C.C. Enforce "Network Neutrality?"

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Can the F.C.C. Enforce "Network Neutrality?"

The Business Journals discusses net neutrality with Wayne Crews. 

"Elevating the principle of mandatory net neutrality above the principles of investor ownership and wealth creation would drive investment away from vitally important infrastructure development," said Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank.

"The underlying premise of net neutrality is that infrastructure companies should not control content, but that it's perfectly acceptable for content companies, with the help of government regulation, to control infrastructure," Crews added. "The implications of entrenching this idea further in law are extremely serious."

Read the full article at The Buisness Journals