But with the Democrats now firmly in control, the concept of Net Neutrality is alive and kicking and legislation that bans Internet providers from charging certain sites for faster access -- or blocking other sites entirely -- will be reintroduced with a fair chance of passage.Alexander Dryer provides an update at American Prospect Online.
This is a huge victory (in the making) for not just pint-sized blogs like Kiko's House, but anyone who values the Internet as a valuable tool in the democratic (lower case "d') arsenal.
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Net Neutrality: Alive & Kicking
With the Republicans in control of Congress, it appeared that the days of an open and substantially free Internet was coming to an end.