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Michael Geist
When combined with the federal government's clear support for net neutrality, the Canadian framework is now one of the strongest in the world.feedback
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Apr 20 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Net neutrality. You'll find 15 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. You can also see the other popular topics. The 3 people who have been quoted more about Net neutrality are: Greg Maffei, Edward J. Markey and Matthew Polka. Greg Maffei specifically said: “Ajit has been very anti-regulation, pro-free markets, particularly about net neutrality, Title II, a lot of the issues that are likely to be addressed under a new FCC and a Republican president, Republican Congress. I think those are all very bullish for cable. The idea that you might be able to charge for quality of service, for variability, the amount of traffic, the speed of the traffic, how you want to make sure the traffic is delivered, might change the ability to price it. Does that fundamentally change the game for over-the-top providers? I doubt it.”.
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Greg Maffei

The limited amount that I've seen about what President [-elect] Trump has tweeted or said on policies around net neutrality and the like have been fairly hands-off relative to the current administration.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

The key thing is whether there is going to be net neutrality, which hasn't been AT&T's favorite topic. If they got there...then good things might happen.feedback

Lise Fuhr

Let's make sure the implementation of net neutrality rules does not hamper new applications and services.feedback

Leonid Bershidsky

If governments choose to tax consumption in general – and most of them do, through value-added or sales taxes – it's logical to tax data consumption, too. There is no reason why a society that accepts taxation of traditional telephony should reject levies on Internet traffic. The infrastructure that carries it is physical and not limitless, and taxing heavy consumption could be a way to preserve net neutrality.feedback

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