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Posted at 6:30 AM ET, 12/21/2010

Economic agenda: Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010

By Mike Shepard

At 10:30 a.m. -- The Federal Communications Commission votes on proposed net neutrality rules that would establish tighter government regulation of Internet access.

By Mike Shepard  | December 21, 2010; 6:30 AM ET
Categories:  *Economic agenda  | Tags:  FCC, net neutrality  
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The above proposition marks a drastic change to the net’s physical makeup and a sharp turning point at which the space comprising the internet – having finally been explored and conquered to its knowable extents – must be quite literally cleaved, carved up: the first sign of the end the web’s initial era of (perceived) exploratory freedom, and the beginning of a new age of hegemonical domination, the chief feature of which is the implementation of a virtual caste system.

http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2010/12/will-the-net-neutrality-regulations-fragment-the-internet/

Posted by: Anonymous | December 21, 2010 9:04 AM | Report abuse

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