"Virtually all higher education-related network or IT-related organizations (such as Educause, Internet2, ACE, AAU, NASULGC, ALA, etc.) support network neutrality rather than the carrier-favored network non-regulation... But we need to 'thread the needle' carefully. Remember that higher ed runs its own uncongested/exclusive network [Internet 2/NLR], and higher ed also routinely relies on packet shaping to control recreational traffic on its own networks."In email, Joe explains:
"My talk attempted to deal with two fundamental issues.
This debate sets up one heck of a Hobson's choice, eh?"
— Bill St. Arnaud is Senior Director of Advanced Networks at Canarie Inc.