Cisco’s Robert Pepper in ‘Network World’ “Face-Off”

June 14, 2006 - 0 Comments

SAN JOSE, CA – If you weren’t already clear where Cisco is on the net neutrality issue, please check out this month’s “Face-Off” in Network World. Cisco’s Robert Pepper represents our side of the debate (i.e., what I call “the correct side”) and states, in part: The “Net neutrality debate sets out a false choice. The current discussion is framed as all or nothing. That is, without new regulation there will be anticompetitive behavior. This is patently false.”For those of you who don’t know Dr. Pepper, he is the the former Chief of Policy Development at the Federal Communications Commission (at the FCC for 19 years) and is currently Senior Managing Director of Global Advanced Technology Policy at Cisco.Full story can be accessed here.

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