Every so often the topic of network neutrality pops up as various technology companies and lawmakers attempt to tackle a decidedly 21st century problem. Simply defined, network neutrality prohibits Internet service providers from controlling which content has priority over the network. Internet service providers argue they could charge premium rates for controlling access to certain network traffic. On the other hand, companies like Apple and Google want unrestricted access so that users continue to embrace their networked devices. This Wharton Business article dissects some of the key issues associated with this debate.
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