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+ - Benkler on Net Neutrality, Competition, and the Fu->

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timothy (36799) writes "This week's edition of the economics podcast EconTalk centers on net neutrality. Though the show's general bent is in favor of free markets and skeptical of regulation generally, Yochai Benkler of Harvard (cool enough to've grabbed his own last name as a domain) argues in favor of imposed neutrality rules."
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