Net Neutrality is not a free-market principle. For now, it is our best option.
Tommy Mac An Riogh

“That is capitalism, lads.”

Which is why “free market” capitalism, like socialism, doesn’t really work except as an abstract intellectual fantasy. From the point of view of a corporation the only question is whether a government regulation benefits them. If it does, it is an essential government function. If it doesn’t, it is intrusive government regulation. But the reality is that a free market of any kind can’t function without government regulation. On a most basic level, government decides what is legally protected property and what isn’t.

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