In an article on ITWire, Stephen Withers writes about the 'father of the Internet' - Vint Cerf - and how he has lashed out at carriers accussing them of behaving like "young children throwing tantrums".

In an especially strongly worded attack, Cerf called for a number of changes to the regulatory environment that included:
  • The reintroduction of common carrier status;

  • Structural or accounting separation, with a requirement that carriers wholesale broadband at the same prices that they charge themselves; and

  • No interference with other providers' applications (ie, net neutrality).


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