My article on government and the internet provoked a firestorm of controversy on “net neutrality,” which many libertarian commentators seem to favor. Those new to the debate may wish to consult this short article in The Economist’s Voice by Robert Hahn and Scott Wallsten, which provides a useful overview. Hahn and Wallsten argue that net neutrality, while lacking a precise definition, is ultimately “a friendly-sounding name for price regulation.”
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