ISPs “secretly furious” at Verizon, scared of stronger net neutrality rules | Ars Technica

I don’t see any difference between my connection to a network service and a telephone call.

In fact, sometimes my network connections ARE telephone calls.

Why should AT&T be a common carrier when I plug in a PSTN telephone, but not when I plug in a DSL modem?

via ISPs “secretly furious” at Verizon, scared of stronger net neutrality rules | Ars Technica.

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Broadband Giants Quietly Blame Verizon For New Neutrality ‘Mess’ | DSLReports

The broadband industry really had everything it wanted: rules that didn’t touch wireless networks, and made it effectively ok to do pretty much whatever you wanted short of outright website blocking.

Then Verizon got the bright idea of suing the FCC hoping that they could permanently erode the FCC’s authority and prevent any additional rules.

via Broadband Giants Quietly Blame Verizon For New Neutrality 'Mess' | DSLReports, ISP Information.