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  1. […] Thanks to Adeline Koh and Jesse Stommel, I spent some time on the final weekend in April tweeting about the Federal Communications Commission’s plan for bringing an end to neutral access to the Internet by instituting so-called fast lanes with the alleged aim of optimizing streaming services.  Many academics of the digital persuasion responded by speaking out, and a good sampling of that response can be found in Stommel’s Storify, Net Neutrality Will Not Go Quietly. […]

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