CDT Offers Compromise on Net Neutrality Legislation

Despite the divisiveness in Congress and the tech world over whether the government should regulate the Internet, a compromise that satisfies everyone is possible, according to a report released by a non-profit public policy group. The Center for Democracy and Technology says laws should be enacted that maintain the Internet's inherent openness while allowing phone and cable companies, which essentially own the Internet's traffic lanes, to charge extra for private, super-fast lanes for data traffic.

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