The Origins of the Net Neutrality Debate Posted by Jake on Mon Jul 10, 2006 at 11:14:20

Wade Roush writes in his Tech Coast blog that the origins of the Net Neutrality debate preceded AT&T; CEO Ed Whitacre's now famous remarks about charging for the use of his pipes.

Seems that Cisco, the router maker, has had plans for more than a year to help its clients make more money on a "tiered" Internet.

Interesting reading. And you can see it all on