‘Mozilla Offers an Idea for Solving Net Neutrality Problem’ – Re/code
The latest post on ‘Re/code’ is titled “Mozilla Offers an Idea for Solving Net Neutrality Problem”.
Amy Schatz says, “Nonprofit software maker Mozilla entered the fray in the continuing fight over net neutrality protections for the Internet Monday, offering up a variation of an old proposal to re-regulate broadband lines under rules written for phone networks.
Mozilla says that the FCC shouldn’t look at an Internet line only as a relationship between an Internet provider and a subscriber. Regulators should formally recognize that there’s a third party involved: Content providers such as websites, apps, gaming and more, Mozilla says”.
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