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This article describes the path leading to the FCC’s decision to regulate the Internet, the legal battle that has ensued, the positions of interested parties, the stakes from their perspectives, the rules themselves, and the likely effects of those rules on network providers and application providers. Short case studies highlight likely sources of disputes. Recommended changes in imagery by network providers is included to re-orient the debate.

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Victor Glass

Victor Glass

Rutgers Business School

Victor Glass is Director, CRRI Scholar, and Professor of Professional Practice - Finance and Economics, Rutgers Business School - Newark and New Brunswick, Rutgers University. Prior to joining Rutgers, Dr. Glass was Director of Demand Forecasting and Rate Development at...

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