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Welcoming Google to the blogosphere!

The following is the comment I posted to Google's first "authentic" blog post on net neutrality in Google's new public policy blog:

Welcome to the blogosphere! We congratulate Google for joining the NN debate more openly using your own "authentic" voice and not those of your surrogates. It is also about time for Google to be more specific on the issue of net neutrality.

My primary question for Google is: will Google, which has 65% share of the primary internet access technology called search, agree to be subjected to any "Internet access" regulations that Google proposes for their broadband competitors?

In other words, will Google be willing to eat its own pro-regulatory cooking? If not, why not? What makes revenue market share different for Internet access/search than for broadband access?

Scott Cleland
Chairman, NetCompetition.org
President, Precursor LLC

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