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Even tough Net neutrality rules wouldn't 'regulate the Internet'
Even tough Net neutrality rules wouldn't 'regulate the Internet'

The most vocal opponents of the Net neutrality rules the Federal Communications Commission put out for public comment on May 15 have been the critics who say the rules won't actually assure the Net's neutrality. But the draft has also drawn a searing response from conservatives and libertarians, who ask why we need government to protect the neutrality produced by the free market. That's a fair question. But some critics go further, arguing that some tech executives and their allies want the FCC to "regulate the Internet." The Wall Street Journal's L. Gordon Crovitz typified this point of view with his column Monday, which carried the provocative title,...

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