by Peter Vogel
On August 1, 2008 I posted my first blog about Net Neutrality entitled "Proposed Net Neutrality Bill in the US Congress," and as of today Net Neutrality is still a hotly contested federal and state issue. ZDNet.com reported that "When the phrase was coined, it was in the context of a debate in the US Congress over the idea of a possible nationwide license for broadband service providers." ZDNet.com's July18, 2019 article entitled "Does net neutrality still matter in our post-web world?" includes a different vision that the "public Internet" has been replaced by "the digital marketplace" now that we all rely on cell phones and tablets, and poses this question:
...why are we trying to resuscitate a framework from another era?