Monday, August 04, 2008

Corporate Shill

Andrew Keen seems to be a mouthpiece for the cable industry. In this post, he goes on about how broadband providers, who are already charging us exorbitant fees compared to other developed countries, apparently have the right to double dip as well, charging the consumer for access to the internet, and in addition charging content providers for tiered service. If I'm paying for 1.5Mbs, I expect to be able to access anything on the internet the same way, I shouldn't have to rely on Google also ponying up in order to do a search.

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