Leslie Harris, Network Neutrality: If It Ain't Broke, Don't Try To Fix It, The Huffington Post, Oct. 23, 2008
The Internet has fostered an astounding array of services and technologies that nobody saw coming. This success isn't due to some remarkable string of coincidences. It's a direct result of the Internet's unique open nature. The technology allows virtually anyone with a good idea to thrive and succeed, because rolling out the next big thing doesn't require the cooperation or approval of any government bureaucrats or corporate suits. It's easy and cheap to get something launched -- and if users like it, the sky is the limit.