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Game Theory Computer Model Backs Net Neutrality 315

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the skynet-opinions dept.
Stu writes "'A world without net neutrality is one devoid of intellectual development' said Sir Tim Berners Lee in a presentation to congress last week. Well, now there's a computer model that uses game theory to back that forecast up. Developed at the University of Florida, the model shows that everyone loses if the IPs get their way — even, eventually, the IPs."

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