As quoted from the article;
"Any provider who blocks access to the Internet is inviting
customers to find another provider," Whitacre said in his keynote speech.
"It's bad business." He then emphatically stated that AT&T
would not block independent services, "nor will we degrade [Internet
Period, end of story."
Also quoted from the article;
"We've already demonstrated we'll take action if necessary,"
Link to story;
and another story;
Of course in the very same keynote this is what Commissioner Martin had
"Martin told attendees at the TelecomNext show that telcos
should be allowed to charge web sites whatever they want
if those sites want adequate bandwidth."
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