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Argument: Net Neutrality may restrict value-added services

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David Farber at Carnegie Mellon, whom Wired once called “the Paul Revere of the Digital Revolution," wrote in a letter to Congress: "The problem is that some of the practices that network neutrality would prohibit could increase the value of the Internet for customers."

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