Everett Ehrlich

Public Policy Institute

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Fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute, a Washington think tank associated with the centrist Democratic Leadership Council; former Undersecretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration

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"Net neutrality" is the principle that Internet service providers, including Verizon and AT&T, treat all web traffic on their networks equally.

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"Net neutrality" is the principle that Internet service providers, including Verizon and AT&T, treat all web traffic on their networks equally.

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