The final nail in coffin for Net neutrality

Before Tuesday's midterm elections, there were 95 House and Senate candidates who pledged support for Net neutrality, a bill that would force Internet providers to not charge users more for certain kinds of Web content.

All of them lost -- and that could mean the contentious proposal may now be all but dead. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Joey Baker - Nov 4, 2010 - 10:57 AM PDT
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Shannon Brown
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by Shannon Brown - Nov. 4, 2010

The majority of the article provides information without sources, and the writing style feels choppy and dull. I feel like I'm missing something, like there's more that could have been done. Overall, I'm disappointed.

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Joey Baker
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by Joey Baker - Nov. 4, 2010

A little bit of fear-mongering makes a good headline, but this is a cause for concern. Net Neutrality will be decided in the next few years.

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