News.com reports that a broad coalition of consumer, media, and Internet groups has organized the tagline "Save the Internet" just days before a congressional vote on an overhaul of the nation's telecommunications policy. Dozens of organizations from various political ideologies ranging from the liberal group MoveOn.org to the Gun Owners of America, to the American Library Association have launched a web site under the "Save the Internet" banner. At issue is the idea of "net neutrality"--a philosophy supported by Google, Amazon, and Microsoft--that would prohibit broadband providers from prioritizing web traffic. Cable and telephone companies argue that...
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