A group of 21 of the internet's most esteemed pioneers have written an open letter to the FCC's Congressional overseers that critiques the agency's foolish, self-serving description of how the net works in eye-watering detail. The signatories including past chairs of ISOC and the IETF, co-inventors of TCP/IP, the inventor of the web, the founder
Did we really just enact 300 pages of legally questionable, enormously costly, transformative rules just to help Netflix in a trivial commercial spat?
What's every incumbent ISP's worst nightmare? If we had to guess, it looks something like the filing that Google just made with the Federal Communications Commission.
Pay-for-play is fine for Web users? That's not what the FCC said in 2010.