Steve Beaman: 'Severe, Unintended Consequences' From Net Neutrality
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Steve Beaman, chairman of the Society to Advance Financial Education, warns "there are going to be severe, unintended consequences" from the new rules on Internet neutrality. "I get a little bit concerned for the future of the net," he told Newsmax TV's "MidPoint" program. "This will affect innovation on the Internet. It's not a good thing, even though it looks like a populist, good thing, and that's the danger of it." [Full Story]
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