Leo en Mac Daily News, donde se citan a sí mismos.
"We don't presume to know the best way to get there, but we support the concept of "Net Neutrality" especially as it pertains to preventing the idea of ISP's blocking or otherwise impeding sites that don't pay the ISP to ensure equal access. That said, we usually prefer the government to be hands-off wherever possible, Laissez-faire, except in cases where the free market obviously cannot adequately self-regulate (antitrust, for just one example). Regulations are static and the marketplace is fluid, so extensive regulations can have unintended, unforeseen results down the road. We sincerely hope that there are enough forces in place and/or that the balances adjust in such a manner as to keep the 'Net neutral."
Ello en referencia al artículo sobre Tim Lee en Fortune cuya lectura completa dejaré para más adelante.
"Protecting the open nature of the Internet, where anyone can communicate with anyone else on essentially equal terms, surely advances the cause of individual liberty. Yet the government now seeks to advance that goal with a new layer of new regulations, exactly the sort of thing libertarians naturally distrust."
"Just as libertarians disapprove of both Republicans (for their tendency to regulate private conduct) and Democrats (for their tendency to regulate the market), Lee argues that libertarians should forge a third way in tech policy."