Meanwhile, the Electronic Frontier Foundation likes Google and Verizon's idea of giving the Federal Communications Commission a very narrow mandate to regulate the Internet. This would solve what the EFF calls the "Trojan Horse problem" where net neutrality regulations give the FCC too much control over the Internet.
But the EFF isn't so hot on the rest of the Google-Verizon proposal. Its biggest complaints are with the proposals that let carriers have "reasonable network management" and allow only "lawful content" on their networks.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010
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