Re: [76attendees] A Net Neutrality comment

Richard Barnes <richard.barnes@gmail.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 01:05 UTC

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>> One is one of the common viewpoints promoted in the Net Neutrality debate. Two extremes of that debate are perhaps characterized as "the ISP can whatever it pleases and can block anything it likes at any time for any reason"

If the other viewpoint is "militant libertarian", is this "militant
fascist"?  (Corporatist?  ISPist?)