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Net Neutrality on Celtic Music News Podcast?!

Another unusual venue that net neutrality popped up in today was on show 76 of the Celtic Music News Podcast during an interview with Newfoundland musician Jim Fidler. His short remarks on how the end of Net Neutrality would doom musical creativity and political diversity show up around the 15 minute mark. Be warned that a good chunk of the interview is NOT work safe if profanity isn’t smiled upon at your place of work.

Net Neutrality. It’s not just a good idea, it SHOULD BE the law.

Update: July 25, 2006 to reflect correct spelling of Mr. Fidler’s province. Thanks to the anonymous alert reader.

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1 Comment

  1. Just a heads up from a Canadian. It’s Newfoundland, not New Foundland (and pronounced as Newfunland). Cheers!

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