John Edwards was interviewed on Techcrunch about Net Neutrality. I have heard him speak and find him very knowledgeable on many issues. The CNET News Blog defines Net Neutrality as “the idea that broadband operators shouldn’t be allowed to charge content providers extra fees for premium placement or delivery, nor should they be permitted to prioritize or discriminate against content.”
Here is what John Edwards said about Net Neutrality in the Techcrunch interview:
“I believe that if we do not guarantee net neutrality, the Internet
could go the way of network television and commercial radio – with just
a few loud corporate voices and no room for the grassroots and small
Even more, John Edwards “wants to see universal broadband available to all U.S. households by 2010“. I am a big supporter of broadband for all so I am thrilled to see his support in this area…. But for transparency purposes, I need to let you know that I am a Momocrat so my support is already with John Edwards. His understanding of the issues around broadband is just icing on the cake..