The Federal Communications Commission is faced with a crucial decision on open access to the Internet. A survey shows 80 percent of Americans want the FCC to prohibit providers from giving enhanced access to customers that pay more. Now the President agrees. But providers — like Time Warner Cable, Verizon and AT&T — say that will discourage innovations and investments that improve service for everyone. As the pressure rises for FCC action, will there be toll lanes on the information super highway.
Is "Net Neutrality" Essential to the American Way of Life?
Robert McMillan - Wired magazine - @bobmcmillan, Robert McDowell - Wiley Rein - @McDowellTweet, Barbara van Schewick - Stanford Center for Internet and Society - @vanschewick, Christopher Mitchell - Institute for Local Self-Reliance - @ilsr