The End of Net Neutrality Isn't the End of the World

The End of Net Neutrality Isn't the End of the World
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Eliminating net neutrality is, in the best and worst case scenarios, either necessary to keep the internet up and running, or will lead to a dystopian future where a few major corporations control our thoughts. The more prosaic reality, however, is that a world without net neutrality will work just fine. I am therefore not incensed (or very excited) about the Federal Communications Commission proposal released Tuesday that will move away from net neutrality.

 
Let's put aside the heated rhetoric, and look at two recent studies.

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