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Net neutrality is on death row — Why we should let it die

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“In a detailed series of articles he took you through the process on how Netflix deliberately let their service degrade switching to settlement-free routes letting congestion build rather than continuing to use CDNs with paid transit arrangements. I reached out recently to Mr. Campbell to confirm and was told Verizon did nothing to slow down service. This was about Netflix trying to save money and influence lawmakers hoping a change in the regulatory framework would enhance profits.”

Net Neutrality Activists ‘Crossed the Line,’ Pai Says

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“In a statement, Fred Campbell, director of Tech Knowledge, said, ‘The repeated racist attacks against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and his family in their own home during the holiday weekend are horrific. The perpetrators of this villainy should be ashamed. These attacks aren’t net neutrality advocacy. They are terrorism.'”

Net Neutrality Protesters Target FCC Chairman’s Home And Children

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“Fred Campbell, president of Tech Knowledge, was furious, stating, ‘The repeated racist attacks against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and his family in their own home during the holiday weekend are horrific. The perpetrators of this villainy should be ashamed. These attacks aren’t net neutrality advocacy. They are terrorism.'”

FCC plans to repeal net neutrality rules for Internet service providers

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“‘In the absence of a market failure, the constitution doesn’t permit the FCC to treat the information superhighway or any other institution of the press like a public utility,’ Fred Campbell, director of the think tank Tech Knowledge, said in a statement.”

Pushing net neutrality out to the edge of the internet

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“Fred Campbell, a former Republican FCC aide and the current director of the free-market think tank Tech Knowledge, said the primary argument for keeping the net neutrality rules is because internet service providers such as Comcast Corp. and AT&T Inc. have an economic incentive to act as gatekeepers on the web. But according to Campbell, it is not just network operators that can serve as gatekeepers; rather, new media giants like Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc., he said, have this same power.”