AT&T offers net neutrality compromise

By on Sep, 16 2014 with Comments 2

AT&TThe current debate stacks up this way: Some believe ISPs should be allowed to sell internet delivery fast lanes to content providers willing to pay for it; other believe there should be no fast lanes or slow lanes, period. Now AT&T has a middle-of-the-road proposal.

According to the Washington Post, AT&T recently met with the FCC to discuss the approach, which boils down to this: The decision on content delivery speed would be in the hands of the internet subscriber, not an ISP.

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