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The New York Times may not get network neutrality, but it certainly sees the dangers of consolidating the nation’s largest and third largest broadband providers. The venerable paper came out against the proposed merger of Time Warner Cable and Comcast in an editorial Tuesday that argued, “By buying Time Warner Cable, Comcast would become a gatekeeper over what consumers watch, read and listen to. The company would have more power to compel Internet content companies…to pay Comcast for better access to its broadband network.” We agree. This merger is all about broadband and it’s a problem.