Net Neutrality Research

By TAP Staff Blogger

Posted on December 28, 2009

The “network neutrality” debate is on in Congress, and TAP academics have argued all sides of the issues. In “Net Neutrality," Non-Discrimination and Digital Distribution Through the Internet’, Nick Economides argues that letting broadband carriers charge some users more could hurt consumers. Robert Hahn and Scott Wallston argue in “The Economics of Net Neutrality Policy” that government barriers to broadband premium charges should be removed. Finally Robert Atkinson and Phil Weiser propose a “Third Way” in their article, “A Third Way on Net Neutrality”, arguing that both sides of the net neutrality debate have valid concerns, and moderate rules of the road set by Congress and enforced by the FCC can fairly address concerns by both sides. Search our site for more articles on this timely issue.


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