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Founder Of One Laptop Per Child: Maybe Net Neutrality Isn’t Such A Good Idea After All

Date: August 14, 2014
Author: Kate Cox
QUOTE: What we need, then, is some kind of middle ground, Negroponte suggests — but he also doesn’t quite suggest where that might be. Instead, he likens available bandwidth to a limited natural physical resource. If it’s immoral to use up all of the air, or water, or oil on frivolous things, is it perhaps also immoral to use up the internet?

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