Consumer advocates push for network neutrality

Monday, 5 December 2005, 2:53 PM EST

Would Internet users want to pay US$0.05 every time they visit Google.com, Yahoo.com or any other Web site? That's one possibility if the U.S. Congress fails to include strong "network neutrality" rules as it debates a comprehensive telecom reform bill, a group of open Internet advocates said Friday.

By Grant Gross at PC World.

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