Net Neutrality is a complicated issue. Do we want government controlling the flow of information, or large companies catering our service to those who have the deeper pockets? Is it that simple? No, of course not.
My brother, Eric Joiner, blogs regularly at FreightDawg.com. Freight Dawg is a blog that follows the container shipping industry. Eric recently posted an interesting article on the issue of Net Neutrality with a historical perspective.
Striking points from Joiner’s article:
The internet is one big sticky tar baby. Information wants to be free. I think we are in for a wild ride between the forces of free market economics and the control of the infrastructure to move the product.
You can find the original article here. I’d love to hear your comments on the issue — as it’s one that affects all of us.