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The more people allow companies like Verizon to take arbitrary control of their "personal Internets," the less freedom they'll have — and the more vulnerable they'll be.
Surely even the good Sen. Stevens can understand why Verizon's antineutral router isn't desirable. You see, it turns the Internet into a truck. A truck that doesn't go. SFBG
Annalee Newitz is a surly media nerd who is powered by trucks.

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