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Network Neutrality

Monday’s New York Times features an editorial that takes a somewhat soft stance on whether ISPs and telcos should be able to offer tiered network access to commercial partners — i.e., giving Wal-Mart a fast connection while giving Ma & Pa Mercantile a slow to no connection.

What do you think: Should everyone online get the same connection speed and bandwidth? Or should telcos and ISPs be able to determine how quickly people online get access to the information they’re seeking?

Take the Fast Company poll!