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Isenberg on Wikipedia on Net neutrality

David Isenberg has an excellent post on the implication (based, alas, on a misuse of something I’d blogged) that because we may not know exactly and precisely how Net neutrality will be applied in every instance, we therefore do not know what Net neutrality is. To use David’s implied analogy, we don’t know in every instance ahead of time whether a killing was a murder, we’re quite clear about what murder means. [Tags: ]

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