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What's at Stake in the Net Neutrality Debate

Robert M. McDowell

The FCC is proposing a first: Reclassifying the Internet as a public utility, like a phone company. That would ensure everyone continues to get equal access. Former FCC Chairman Robert McDowell doesn’t like the idea.

“Without rules, the Internet has flourished beautifully without the ‘help’ of government,” McDowell says. “What is broken that needs fixing?”

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