Tuesday, March 11, 2008

FCC's Martin Faults Comcast - WSJ.com

"In a speech given at Stanford University Law School on Friday, Mr. Martin said he found it troubling that the company initially denied it was slowing or blocking its broadband-Internet customers' access to a file-sharing peer-to-peer software application.

'A hallmark of what should be seen as a reasonable business practice is certainly whether or not the people engaging in that practice are willing to describe it publicly,'
Mr. Martin said."

Just imagine if that principle were widely applied, it might change a lot of things. Including government.

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