From Common Cause, via Cory Doctorow at BoingBoing, we get a list of new astroturf Net Neutrality activist groups:
- Hands Off the Internet
- The Future… Faster
- Video Access Alliance
I like Craig Newmark's description of the problem, as Doctorow recalled it: “It's as though the phone company had a preferred pizza vendor that you could always get through to, while the others' numbers went through a rock-tumbler and a random-number-generator before you were connected to them.”
Does “our side” ever try these shenanigans?
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