Net-Neutrality Debate Splits Telecom Industry

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Media Outlet: The Wall Street Journal

Long-haul Internet carriers have been squabbling with other broadband providers for years over who should pay to carry data over the so-called last mile of cable into consumers’ homes. But it wasn’t until recently that the Federal Communications Commission framed those business relationships as an issue regulators needed to tackle as part of its net-neutrality proceedings.

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Chris Ritzo is a senior technologist with the Open Technology Institute at New America. Ritzo provides technical support, web development, information architecture, research, partner engagement, and project management to OTI for Measurement Lab and other initiatives.