"It’s not surprising that these companies don’t want to talk openly about net neutrality. They have little to gain by alienating business partners such as Verizon, AT&T (T), and Comcast. Groups like the Telecommunications Users Committee exist to shield them from those conflicts, even as the companies quietly pursue policy goals in talks with the FCC.Net Neutrality: Ford, UPS, Visa, and BofA Lobby FCC in Secret - Businessweek
What is surprising is that such nontech companies as Ford and Bank of America feel strongly enough about net neutrality to bother advocating behind closed doors. A startup like video streaming service Vimeo (IACI) clearly has a lot to lose from Internet fast lanes—the risk to a trucking company like UPS is a bit less obvious."
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Net Neutrality: Ford, UPS, Visa, and BofA Lobby FCC in Secret - Businessweek
Navigating net neutrality politics
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