Who said the internet was fair?
By Celeste Biever FOR those who fear for the internet’s future as an information highway to which everyone has equal access, these are worrying times. “Without a clear policy preserving the neutrality of the internet and without tough sanctions against those who would discriminate, [it] will be forever changed for the worse,” wrote Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon on 28 June. He was trying to persuade the US Senate to adopt legislation that would require all bits to be routed over the internet with equal priority. The legislation – an amendment to the Communications Opportunity,