Stanford Engineers Propose a Technology to Break the Net Neutrality Deadlock

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    Stanford News, 9/13/2016

    The debate over net neutrality has largely focused on whether Internet service providers should allow some content providers to negotiate faster/cheaper access to their content for users. This article describes a prototyped system that would allow users to designate which content they want to special access to. Net neutrality has been seen as a digital divide issue; wide adoption of a user-choice system would change the parameters in that debate.

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