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March 16, 2006

Net Neutrality Update

Quest CEO Richard Notebart (formerly with Ameritech, now part of SBC which is now the new AT&T) said his company would never degrade web traffic on his company's network to get a competitive advantage.  More at eWeek.

In other news, Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) said while he favored the principle of net neutrality, he didn't think it would be in the telecommunications bill that's before the Commerce Committee.  Senator Stevens is the chair.  The National Journal has one take on the story, with CNET having a slightly different one.  That story suggests a more luke-warm support for the principle by the senator.

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