Friday, July 21, 2006

Daily Show Explains Net Neutrality

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"The point is that with net neutrality all internet packets - whether they come from a big company or a single citizen - are treated in the exact same way."

"So what's the debate? That actually seems quite fair."

"Yes, almost too fair. It's as if the richer companies get no advantage at all."

An excellent skewering of Net Neutrality by John Hodgson Hodgman and The Daily Show. We wanted to pull this man's spinal column out of his urethra when he did those smug, execrable Mac vs. PC ads, but he's redeemed himself in our eyes now.

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