May 19, 2006

Net Neutrality via

U.S. senators have unveiled their latest effort at legislating Net neutrality principles, marking the second such proposal this week and the sixth this year.

Called the "Internet Freedom Preservation Act," the bill was introduced on Friday by Maine Republican Olympia Snowe and North Dakota Democrat Sen. Byron Dorgan and enjoys support from six other Democrats. The nine-page measure (click for PDF) contains a detailed list of obligations for all broadband service providers. (Link -

Al Franken also talked about this on Air America today. I listen to Air America online so this has obvious implications with that as well.
(Link - Listen to Air America Online)


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