Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative

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2-2014

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Over time, the Internet has become much larger and more diverse in terms of users, applications, technologies, and business relationships. These changes have called into question the idea of network neutrality (the principle that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data equally), which has shaped Internet policy since the 1990s.

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Updating Internet Policy for the 21st Century

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Internet, network neutrality, regulation, utilities, wireless, broadband

Updating Internet Policy for the 21st Century

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