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Harry Reid, Title II, and The Rashomon Effect

August 6, 2014
| Blogs & Op-eds

The problem of over-simplification and one-sided interpretation is persistent across many policy debates, but it has been particularly bad in the recent net neutrality fracas. This whole debate has been watered down to catch-phrases like “fast-lanes and slow-lanes” without any real commitment to how this complex technology actually works. Now Title II advocates have taken to reaching for political cover, pulling support for Title II out of vague statements about net neutrality.