Wednesday, November 22, 2006

For certain concepts like Net Neutrality, it's valuable to keep on working on ways to more clearly describe it. Cory Doctorow, in a BoingBoing post on the even non-neutrality would have on online gaming:
Net Neutrality is the idea that your ISP sends you the packets you ask for as well as it can. A non-neutral net is one where ISPs take bribes to make some services better and degrade the rest.

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