Why Today's Court Ruling Isn't the End of Net Neutrality

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"Cable TV operators such as Comcast or Time Warner Cable can pick and choose which cable channels to include in their lineups, and see no reason they shouldn't be able to do the same with the delivery of Google or Facebook content to their broadband customers." Well that's an easy one. Facebook or Gmail are more like mail or telephones. They are two-way communication services. Disrupting those would disrupt businesses which depend on them, unlike tv stations. http://lawblog.legalmatch.com/2014/03/06/end-of-net-neutrality/
 
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