Google and Verizon Sell Their Net Neutrality Compromise

The news media wasn’t buying the network neutrality compromise that Google and Verizon shared on Monday, but today the two chief executives of the companies wrote a joint editorial explaining their goals and their proposed framework in the Washington Post. If they can get Congress to buy into it, the agreement could influence policy.

There are hundreds of millions of Internet users in the United States, and no two companies should be so presumptuous as to think they can solve this challenge alone.

–From a Washington Post editorial penned by Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg.

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