Well, after all this summer’s hullaballoo about the Google/Verizon partnership’s proposed net neutrality legislation, it looks like congress is just scrapping net neutrality altogether, for the time being. Without much support from Democratic and Republican parties, the latest form of the proposal has been canned at least until after general elections in November. Representative Henry Waxman (D-CA) had this to say…
“This development is a loss for consumers and a gain only for the extremes. We need to break the deadlock on net neutrality so that we can focus on building the most open and robust Internet possible.”