Today I published my first Op-Ed, addressing some of the issues surrounding Net Neutrality and dissecting this week's speech by Obama as well as the brouhaha that followed.
LAST MONDAY, a long-simmering, wonky debate over the policies governing Internet service providers became national news when President Obama entered the fray, making a decisive argument for what he called "the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality." His speech and plan were immediately lauded, vilified and misinterpreted by a range of politicians, lobbyists and commentators of all stripes.
Yet, for all the hubbub, it’s unclear whether his rhetoric will actually have any effect whatsoever, and, if it does, how long it might take, or what the end results might be.
You can read the whole thing in the Bergen Record.