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Read "What's an ISP?" -- it shows the arbitrariness and unworkability of applying net neutrality regs

Kudos to Johna Till Johnson of Network World whose post "What is an ISP?" in the New York Times Bits blog, cuts to the quick of why net neutrality is so problematic to apply in the real world.

Not only can net neutrality supporters not define it, it is equally problematic defining who it applies to -- a point I have been making for a long time.  

The post explains how net neutrality would not allow Amazon's Kindle reading service... oops!