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Fair and equitable Internet access

But if this is the end of net neutrality as we know it, it is not the end of the line for fair and equitable Internet access
LAST week’s proposal by the Federal Communications Commission to allow Internet service providers to charge different rates to different online content companies — effectively ending the government’s commitment to net neutrality — set off a flurry of protest.
The uproar is appropriate: In bowing before an onslaught of corporate lobbying, the commission has

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