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Net Neutrality “Quote of the Week”

September 26, 2006 - 0 Comments

SAN JOSE, CA – With regards to the current debate in Congress on the telecom bill generally and net neutrality specifically, Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) is quoted in today’s National Journal’s Tech Daily “People” Column “in responding to a question about whether he might alter his telecom bill to strengthen language on network neutrality in an effort to move his legislation”: “There’s no way you can appease these people. It’s a fetish — it’s really something that doesn’t exist. But they want to stop this bill because it might exist.” — Sen. Ted StevensA previous blog entry on this site followed very similar logic.

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